Alison Bergblom Johnson, Artist
A photograph of Alison Bergblom Johnson, a white woman with short, asymmetrical blonde hair wearing a shiny, pink shirt in front of a light tan background.

Hello

This hello page is inspired by Alastair Johnston and provides information about best ways to reach out.

Best ways to get in touch:

  • Email

    Email is the best way to reach me. My email is alison@alisonbergblomjohnson.

  • Phone

    If calling is the best way for you to reach me, please give me a call at 651-356-8230, where you can leave a message. You can also send text messages to this number. If you prefer phone calls and are seeking a Springboard for the Arts Artist Career Consultation you can call Al Valdovinos at 651-292-4381. If you happen to have my cell phone number please don't share it.

  • Email Newsletter

    Sign up via the link to get updates every few weeks.

  • Twitter

    I love Twitter, and update occasionally. Email is always a better way to reach me than my DMs.

  • Facebook Page

    My Facebook page has updates about things I'm working on and noticing. I am very limited in how I use Facebook Messenger. Please email me instead.

  • Instagram

    I do put things on Instagram and do look at other's presences as I can. Because Instagram autoplays video (a migraine trigger) I don't spend more than a few minutes a few times a week. If there's something you'd like me to see, please email me (and do share any static images, please don't email gifs or video).

  • LinkedIn

    I really like LinkedIn for public conversations in mine or others comment sections. It can also be a fascinating way to see the sweep of someone's career. I prefer not to use LinkedIn's messenger system. Please do email me.

  • In Person

    I currently do not have open studio hours. Some Artist Career Consultations through Springboard for the Arts, particularly those with artists with disabilities who prefer to meet in person, can be scheduled in person. The location I hold these consults in does have a requirement that all visitors provide proof of COVID 19 vaccine.