This event is for Hamiltonian Fellows and alumni only. Please RSVP here.

Hamiltonian: 1353 U Street NW Suite 101, Washington, DC 20009

Saturday, November 9 from 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Do you struggle with identifying your goals and how to reach them? If so, please join us on Saturday, November 9 from 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. for The SMART Artist: A Strategic Planning Workshop with Danielle Glosser of Client Raiser - a business dedicated to helping artists to increase their client volume and the visibility of their art. This hands-on session will include assessing your desired results, resources, scheduling, and more. At the end of the session, you will walk away with action items and a tangible plan!


About Danielle:
Since 2014, Danielle has worked with over 100 artists across the country in support of their professional goals. Her expertise in strategic planning, project management, research, writing, and networking comes from years of working and building relationships in the private, nonprofit, and government sectors on social justice issues from inner-city schools in Oakland, California to The White House. These professional opportunities — coupled with her personal belief that the arts are central to igniting conversation and enhancing human understanding — moved her to help artists with the business elements of their practice and to share their work with the world. Emerging and established artists alike begin with Client Raiser’s in-depth interview process, which results in a tangible assessment of their art practices and concrete next steps for advancing their careers. 

Danielle is a 25+ year resident of Washington, D.C. She has led workshops and partnered with arts organizations across the region, including Washington Project for the Arts, Halcyon, Gateway Arts District, Artomatic, District of Columbia Arts Center, Montgomery Arts Association, Capitol Hill Arts League, Washington Sculptors Group, Women’s Caucus for Art, and the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities. She was recently selected as a member of ArtTable, a leadership organization for women in the visual arts.