Earlier this summer, NINE dot ARTS Associate Curator Arielle Myers had the opportunity to attend Otis College of Art and Design’s first Emerging Curators Retreat. Arielle joined professional curators, artists and thinkers alike on the retreat in Los Angeles to listen in on talks, conversations and presentations from some of the most established curators and artists in the country. The program, which focuses specifically on Los Angeles’ local art scene, aims to attract emerging, talented and diverse individuals looking to advance their artistic and curatorial skills, while allowing them the opportunity to engage with the local art community and advance their careers as curators.
NINE dot ARTS is a company that bridges the gap between arts and business. With knowledge and experience, we curate inspiring art collections that show beauty, creativity and purpose. We’ve recently moved into a new headquarters, and we have space available to share with you! If your space at home is no longer working for you or the local coffee shop has filled to its capacity, please consider our space.
Desk space rental is $475/desk ($375/desk if you rent all four desks in the workstation group), and you can rent month-to-month!
As an artist, you’ve likely heard of legendary collector Adelaide Harcourt. She is a wordly, idiosyncratic grand dame brimming with sophistication. A seventh generation Savannaian who comes from a long line of financiers, and the sole living member of her family, she’s determined to gift the arts legacy of her family to the city of Savannah through sharing her collection of family heirlooms, travel mementos, and contemporary artwork with the recently-opened Perry Lane Hotel in Savannah.
Every art curation program begins with a clear goal in mind and the recently-opened Ramble Hotel in Denver’s booming RiNo Art District was no exception. As the first hotel to open in the art-centric neighborhood, The Ramble was envisioned too appeal to a very specific type of traveler: those who like to wander or travel without a destination (i.e. to ramble), and experienced travelers who appreciate timeless elegance in a worldly and contemporary setting.
All the ways our new headquarters will help us better serve our artist community
As more and more people look to experience art as part of their daily life, the demand to bring art into public spaces outside of museum walls is growing. From city-wide placemaking initiatives to small professional services companies, clients are increasingly coming to NINE dot ARTS looking for ways to support the creative economy and artist community in order to enrich the experience of visitors and guests.
As we mark our ninth year of fostering connections between artists and communities, it was time to take a look at our operations to help ensure our growing team was positioned to do their best work and support more artists than ever before.
As a result of that effort, we decided to create a new headquarters, located at 3734 Osage St. in Denver’s Lower Highlands neighborhood, that would better support our people and especially our artist community.
Congratulations! You’ve made it through a rigorous MFA program, pouring countless hours into perfecting your skills as an artist. You graduate and suddenly find yourself among the most talented creatives in the world.
Or perhaps you didn’t pursue formal training, yet you’ve worked tirelessly to become a respected artist that produces some of the most dynamic work anyone has ever seen.
Either way, the good news is you have the foundation for a great career. The next question is what does your business acumen look like? Are you able to create a sustainable business to continue to share your artwork with the world?
Working with corporate clients can be a daunting process for many artists, but it can also open up opportunities to develop new works of art that are often influenced by the uniqueness of a place or space. When your artwork is incorporated into a curated art program, you not only get more exposure as an artist, but also the chance to see how your artwork can add value to a larger narrative.
Over here at NINE dot ARTS, we get the opportunity to work with some pretty darn amazing artists every day. But this fall, we may have developed an extra-serious girl crush on the one and only Shantell Martin when we brought her to Denver to create her largest installation to date.