Art Business Camp: Learn the ABC’s of Art Business


  • Attend a camp setting and learn the business side of art
  • Hear from professionals in the field on topics such as marketing your art,
  • approaching galleries and more!
  • reasonably priced; room and meals included in cost
  • networking and art critique sessions
  • between sessions-enjoy a selection of outdoor activities
  • bring your questions and enjoy the outdoor setting
  • Two outdoor activities included in cost; for third activity an extra $25

April 21st-April 23rd 2017
1676 Crystal Lake Road, Hughesville, PA 17737


Barbara Galazzo | Gallery 66 Director | Cold Spring, NY

Barbara will speak on the do’s and don’ts for artists approaching galleries. She will also offer critique sessions of your work. Barbara is a New York award winning fused glass and mosaic artist originally from New Orleans, LA.

Galazzo is an artist, art promoter, curator and gallery director. She is Owner and Director of Gallery 66 NY, Cold Spring, NY; Curator of Exhibitions at RoCA, West Nyack, NY and Programs Director of Arts 10566, Peekskill, NY. She is on the Board of Art Along the Hudson and Collaborative Through the years she has developed and promoted artists through such projects as her ArtFull Living Designer Showhouse and Fashion as Art.

Her work has been shown nationally and internationally, is included in galleries and permanent corporate collections. Exhibitions include Bullseye Glass at WG@BEII, Portland, Oregon; the Art Institute of Chicago Museum, Chicago, ILL; the Chicago S.O.F.A. show, Chicago, ILL.

Joseph Cavalieri | Stain glass artist | New York, NY

Joseph Cavalieri is an award winning native New York artist and educator. His work can be seen in the permanent collection of the Museum of Arts and Design, the Italian American Museum, the Leslie-Lohman Museum, the Stax Museum, in the collections of two Simpson’s writers in Los Angeles and the collection of movie director Morgan Spurlock. He has produced many private and public art commissions including a MTA Arts for Transit public art installation at the Philipse Manor Train Station in Westchester, New York. Cavalieri’s aim is to merge contemporary imagery with the time-honored processes of painted stained glass, a material with a powerful spiritual history.

Victoria Mackenzie Childs