SC IN THE WORKS : Casual Critique Night

SC In the Works | Casual Critique Night
Join us for a night to celebrate the different art and design mediums. It’s time to crossover between different practices and inspire one another. Once a quarter, Artists, Designers, and Creative types are invited to bring along a finished or an incomplete piece for casual discussion. Expect an evening of networking, inspiration and lively discussions on creative culture. Enjoy a wide range of craft brews and Hors d’oeuvres.

Dates: 

  • APRIL 21ST TBD(COVID-19 possible cancellation)
  • JUNE 30TH * TBD
  • AUG. 25TH
  • SEPT. 15TH

How will Casual Critique Night work?
5:00 – 6 PM Check-in at Registration Desk 
*Receive your colored lanyard nametag and wristband for drinks.
**Each colored lanyard identifies your area of artistic interest plus a fun conversation starter question.
***The SC in the Works Team will assist artists interested in setting up their artwork for critique.  Artists can elect to have an anonymous suggestion box next to their artwork with a supplemental business card and/or artist statement.
OR:
Stand near to your work and present directly with attendees that pass by your station. Engage with your fellow creative community to establish the Design and Artistic Objectives of the work. Guests will do their best to see if an artist’s perspective aligns with the work’s outcome. 

6:15 – 6:30 PM |  Artist/Designer Special Guests Introduce
6:30 – 7:30|  Casual Critique Begins
8 PM |  Closing Comments  

Critique Ground Rules 

  1. Determining Design/Artist Objectives for the work. There must be a clear understanding of the problem that needs to be solved. An understanding of the artist’s statement or the designer’s objective. Without setting a precedent, any feedback is subjective and baseless.
  2. Be kind and respectful in your comments and questions. 
By Mallory Phillips
Published March 15, 2020
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