News and Stories
A Bit of Everything
- Director's Views
- Expert Columns
- Guest Viewpoints
- How-to Videos
- Press Releases
- Artist Stories
In the Season of Giving, Tuesday November 30th is a pivotal day to impact your community.
Hulings’ recognition that there is no “other,” and his ability to pull us into a scene, are just as relevant today as they were in the 1950s.
Watch a fascinating conversation about Hulings and his influence on 20th-century realists with painter and CHF Board Member Dean Mitchell.
Stephen Zimmerman was a friend of Clark, Mary, and Elizabeth Hulings, and a powerful and tireless advocate for Hulings’ legacy.
On Oct 24th, 2021 friends of CHF raised an additional 7k and more toward completing the Goldstein Challenge Grant.
CHF has diverse programming but one of its most noted assets for accessible art-business learning is The Thriving Artist™ Podcast.
To wake the artist from the dead of tedious facts that tell us nothing about his or her art, I suggest weaving in a bit of story.
NFTs are a whole new medium to explore. There are lots of people looking to invest in artists who are in this NFT space. The chance to get your name out there and develop a fan base is huge.
Advisory Board Member Susan Goldstein and her husband, Steven J. Goldstein are leading $25,000 Challenge Grant for CHF.
Isn’t art supposed to be about creation and expression, rather than algorithms and market crashes? That may be true, but consider that Clark Hulings would learn any skill as long as it was useful to his art. It’s important for today’s artists to learn how to harness new technology to their advantage in order to make a living from their work.
If you haven’t met them yet, you should read this article. Elizabeth Hulings, Penelope Thomas, and Daniel DiGriz, leading the way in leadership, communications, and digital marketing.