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HELPING YOUR ART BUSINESS THRIVE WITH LISA LOVELL, FT. ARTISTS: WINCEY BRYANT + SHOSHANNA WEINBERGER

Saturday, October 9, 2021

In the spirit of the Newark Arts Festival theme, Creative Resilience, join us for an inspirational discussion on best practices for building out your art business, leveraging resources, and thriving as a working artist in a post-pandemic world.



About Lisa Lovell:
“When you work with a financial professional like me, you’ll do more than simply find a bridge between our company’s products and your financial concerns. You’ll also gain access to a professional relationship geared to help you meet the challenges of your financial life. It’s a relationship based on integrity. On trust. And on a commitment to helping your find financial confidence—at every step along the way, no matter what your stage of life.” – Lisa Lovell

About Wincey Bryant
WINCEY, a native of Newark, NJ, belted out her first solo in a small church in Jersey City, NJ in 1977. Going from the choir stand to the music and film business, she went on to work with industry giants like Spike Lee, Bill Cosby, Sting and Tina Turner. Her television credits include Soul Train, The Arsenio Hall Show, and Late Night with David Letterman. Wincey’s voice can be heard on Sesame Street, Grover Washington Jr.’s “Grover Live” cd, Monie Love’s hit single “It’s A Shame” and Cosby show commercials. She later used her entertainment knowledge and experience to start Winceyo, an entertainment group that provides music for weddings, banquets and private parties. In 1988, Wincey decided to combine her love for music, education and children and founded a performing arts troupe that educates audiences about serious social issues and academic subject matter in schools and churches throughout New York and New Jersey. These dynamic live educational shows are presented by professional Winceyco actors, singers, dancers and musicians. Wincey has produced two educational music cds, one cartoon dvd and a children’s book on bullying. In 2003, Wincey founded Nanababies, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization that brings arts programs to underserved populations. More recently, Nanababies has been using the performing arts to raise awareness about Human Trafficking. Mr. Terry-Bryant has been recognized in several local newspapers and was awarded the Kiss FM Phenomenal Woman Award for her innovative work in the school system and community and Woman of the Year by the National Sorority of Zeta Phi Beta Inc for her work in Human Trafficking. In 2012 Wincey release her self-produced cd entitled “Time to Say” followed by her sophomore released in 2015 entitled “God’s FreqWincey.”

About Shoshanna Weinberger
Born in Kingston, Jamaica, Shoshanna Weinberger received her MFA from Yale School of Art in 2003, and her BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1995. Living and working in Newark, NJ, since 2006, Weinberger’s work references her Caribbean-American background, which explores the complexity of heritage, beauty norms and the psychology of peripheral identity. A recipient of a 2014 Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters and Sculptors Grant; 2015 Joan Mitchell Center, Art-in-Residence, New Orleans; 2016 Fellowship from the New Jersey State Council of the Arts; 2017-2018 Project for Empty Space, Art-in-Residence, Newark; 2019 Dawn Scott Memorial Award, presented by the National Gallery of Jamaica; 2020 Newark Artist Accelerator Grant made possible by the Andy Warhol Foundation; and received a 2021 City of Newark Creative Catalyst Fund Grant. Recent 2021 exhibitions include: Born In Flames, curated by Jasmine Wahi, Bronx Museum; Fragments of Perception (solo show), Wave Hill, Bronx, NY; If You Lived Here You’d Be Home By Now, Wassaic Project, Wassaic, NY; and Black Beauty, Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans, LA. This past May, she finished a two-year appointment as McMillan Stewart Endowed Chair in Painting, at Maryland Institute College of Art (2019-2021). Public collections include New Jersey State Museum, Trenton, NJ; The Newark Museum, Newark, NJ; The Sagamore Collection, Miami, FL; Girls Club Collection, Fort Lauderdale, FL; The Margulies Collection, Miami, FL.; Davidson College, Davidson, NC; The AC Kingston Collection, Kingston, JA and recently acquired by the Sheldon Museum of Art, Lincoln, NE.

  • Organizer Name: Newark Artist Database
  • Phone: 201.347.3808
  • Email: info@newarkartistdatabase.org
  • Website: newarkartistdatabase.org
  • Type: Webinar
  • Time: October 9, 2021 - 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
  • Venue:Zoom
  • Duration:1 Hour