Artist 101: The Business of Being an Artist

Sep 25th, 2019

6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

101 Series is a presentation/learning series held on select Wednesday evenings in partnership with Red Deer Arts Council

On September 25, 2019 from 6:30-8:00 pm, join experienced artist Pat Matheson to discuss how to write a C.V (curriculum vitae) and how to present yourself as a professional artist in the art world. 

Red Deer Alberta Artist Pat Matheson

Registration is required. The cost to attend each session is $8 for valid MAG members, or $10 each for non-members. Non-refundable. For ages 18+. Register below. Refreshments will be available.

*Must hold a valid MAG Membership in order to receive the member rate. Become a MAG member to receive member pricing!

MEMBERS* - $8 - Artist 101: The Business of Being an Artist - September 25, 2019

NON MEMBERS - $10 - Artist 101: The Business of Being an Artist - September 25, 2019


Thank you to the Red Deer Arts Council for partnering with us on 101 Series. Visit Red Deer Arts Council on Facebook, or Twitter.
More 101 Series
Art 101: How to Travel Internationally through Art Residencies with Shirley Rimer October 23, 2019
Collecting 101: Big 'C' and Little 'C' Collecting with Melanie Berndt November 27, 2019
Register in advance to guarantee your spot!


About Pat Matheson

Born and raised in Red Deer, Pat Matheson, MFA, has operated “the Farm” Studio on his grandparent’s homestead in the Rainy Creek District north of Sylvan Lake since 2000. Pat has actively pursued a long career as an artist, supporting the habit as an arts educator, administrator, art history librarian, and a public art administrator for The City of Red Deer. He received his formal training from Red Deer College, the University of Calgary and the University of Regina.

His artistic interests in the visual arts range from lithography, painting, and drawing to three-dimensional paper and multi-media sculpture. Ceramics has always been his first love however. First introduced to clay in College, it has served as his favoured vehicle of expression and provided the stimulus to always attempt to explore the boundaries of art.

At present, Pat has been hand building functional and semi-functional vessel forms. Versed in many ceramic techniques, he currently works mostly with the ancient Japanese firing process called “Raku”. The antithesis of most traditional firing methods, Raku is exciting and unpredictable often with otherworldly results.

Pat’s work is strongly influenced by the rural environment in which he lives and the history of the region. In Raku, Pat has found an interesting while challenging means to express his responses to and observations of the natural world around him.

Visit Pat's website for more information!

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