Culture Hustlers Exhibition
February 2 - April 10, 2018
Mills Gallery, Boston MA
A showcase of arts business models from across the US including: painter and prankster Derek Erdman (Chicago, IL); metalsmiths Gabriel Craig & Amy Weiks (Smith Shop of Detroit, MI); multimedia artists Kristen Farr (San Francisco, CA); typographic sign-makers from Tieton Mosaic (Tieton, WA); and artists from the Española Valley Fiber Arts Center (Española, NM).
December 3 - January 29
Collins Park, Locust Projects, Wynwood, Miami FL
Sponsored by an anonymous donor, the Mobile Incubator toured the art fairs during Art Basel talking with artists, collectors, galleries, and parrotheads. Stay tuned for Culture Hustlers podcasts with Miami's visual arts leaders.
PDQ IN SRQ
November 28 - 29, 2017
Ringling College of Art & Design, Sarasota FL
Brought by Ringling's innovative Business of Art & Design program, the Mobile Incubator will have open office hours with Ringling students, class presentations, interviews, club meetups, pitch sessions, and more.
MAKIN NOISE IN ORLANDO
November 10 - 12, 2017
NOISE: AiOP, Orlando FL
Heading south for the winter, the Mobile Incubator will install at NOISE: Art in Odd Places, a public art and performance festival in Orlando FL. During the weekend long event, the Mobile Incubator will record a Culture Hustlers podcast with the artists of NOISE: Art in Odd Places.
IN THE GROVE AT HARVARD
October 24 - November 2, 2017
Zone 3 - Harvard, Allston MA
The Mobile Incubator will be installed at "The Grove" in Allston MA, providing open office hours for artists and entrepreneurs to stop by for conversations, to get free business counseling on creative endeavors, and to conduct podcast interviews. This visit to Allston is supported by Zone 3, is a Harvard-sparked initiative to further activate and energize Western Ave with creative programs, events, and retail.
SUMMAH PUBLIC ART RESIDENCY
July 20 - October 21, 2017
Boston Center for the Arts, Boston MA
The Mobile Incubator will conduct interviews with business owners, thought leaders, and civic representatives in Boston's cultural sector. Presented by the Boston Center for the Arts and sponsored by the City of Boston and Eastern Bank.
September 2016 - January 2017
A 15,000 mile beta ride across the US. Thank you to the following orgs for sharing their stories.
Mighty Tieton, TedX Richland, DrewBoy Creative, Scrap Tri-Cities, Nez Perce Tribal Enterprise Office, Future West, Aspen Art Museum, ParaLabs LLP, Anderson Ranch, Warm Cookies of the Revolution, WestwoodArtWay, Tocabe, ParaLabs LLP, Unreasonable Institute, Celestial Seasonings, Center for Rural Affairs, Cosmic Films, Kemper Museum, City Museum, Missouri Botanical Garden, North Central Economic Development Association, Southern Minnesota Housing Partnership, Good Root Growers, Valkyrie Brewing Company, Incourage Community Foundation, Worm Farm Institute, University of Chicago Booth School of Business, South of the Border, Charleston City Market, Rail Trail, Galaxy Modern, The Garden School, Bodie State Historic Park, Meow Wolf, Museum of Contemporary Folk Art, Art Cave at Origin, Chinati Foundation, El Cosmico, Texas Arts Commission, Rio Claro Studio, Project Row Houses, Houston Art Museum, Crystal Bridges, Wal-Mart Museum, Hotel 21C, Crosstown Arts, Civil Rights Museum, Grand Ol Opry, Hatch Show Prints, Music Row, Calliope Arts, American Sign Museum, Jungle Jim's, Palace of Gold, and more.