One-on-Ones are are one-hour sessions with an Advisor via video conference. They connect artists with esteemed advisors, who guide them in building a concept, body of work, or practice. The digital sessions are designed to provide the artist with conversation to empower their direction. No matter what stage in life and work, personalized feedback is invaluable for creative growth and innovation.

How it works

> Artists choose their Advisor based on their listing, which contains descriptions of their work and area/s of expertise. 


> You can browse Advisors by name or through the featured Subjects. 


> You must submit the material you would like reviewed upon booking. This submission shapes the focus of the session. 

> Submissions may include but are not limited to a general portfolio, work/s of art, concept, website, and other public-facing channels. 

> The submissions can be at any stage of development, but we encourage artists to submit well-thought-out material and a clear intention to get the most out of their session. 


> A video conference link is provided upon confirmation of booking.

Subjects

Advisors

Christopher Cascio

Fine Art & Color

Chris Casio has a wide range of experience in the arts. A practicing artist and an art professor, he has the unique experience of existing in two distinct realms, that is, a grassroots community-based environment, as well as a more institutional setting. Having been in art school in one capacity or another for his whole adult life, he is well versed in the exchange of critique.


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Eric Hibit

Fine Art & Color

Artist, educator, and curator Eric Hibit has years of experience with art making and contemporary art discourse. As Co-Director of the non-profit gallery Ortega y Gasset Projects, Hibit regularly collaborates with and advises on the work of his peers. He is adept at in-studio processes, approaches, and techniques. His focused interest is in the use and application of color theory in fine art, which he teaches at The Cooper Union in New York. While his painting practice is centered around a specific set of principles, he is inspired by diverse approaches and other points of view.


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Marie Thibeault

Fine Art & Color

Formally trained in art history and historical theory, Lisa's transition into book publishing was organic. As a powerful medium to package and present stories, she has focused on the conceptualization and execution of art books for over ten years, working with self-publishers and publishers through every step of the process. Book-making can be overwhelming and expensive, but by breaking down the process and finding creative solutions, Lisa hopes to empower artists to realize their unique publications. 


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Lisa Doran

Art Book Publishing

Formally trained in art history and historical theory, Lisa's transition into book publishing was organic. As a powerful medium to package and present stories, she has focused on the conceptualization and execution of art books for over ten years, working with self-publishers and publishers through every step of the process. Book-making can be overwhelming and expensive, but by breaking down the process and finding creative solutions, Lisa hopes to empower artists to realize their unique publications. 


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Robbie Williamson

Video Art and Music Composition

As an artist, musician, and director, Robbie has collaborated with innumerable artists all around the world. Part of that process is an exchange of ideas and critique. He's developed an incredible sense of what peoples' strengths and weaknesses are, to pull out the best and leave the fluff behind. Through inquiry, he identifies what an artist wants and where they want to go and offers constructive feedback. 


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Greg Armas

Fashion & Career Development

Greg has a broad range of experience to share. From his creative endeavors to his business acumen, his CV is that of a bona fide entrepreneur. For years, he has offered guidance to other artists through managing his team at Assembly, participating in scholarship selection committees, serving in a mentorship program through the Council of Fashion Designers of America, and participating in curatorial advisory for the non-profit, ProjectArt. Even the spark of an idea can easily inspire his direct style of feedback and collaboration. 


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