Leaving Education is Scary 3 : Treating Your Own Work Professionally
Date: Friday 2 Aug 2013
Location: The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery
Time: 13:30 - 15:30
Public seminar series by and for Fine Art students and early career artists
This summer, Fine Art students are organising a series of workshops aimed at other budding artists wanting to develop their knowledge of professional practice. While there are no formulas for being a 'professional artist', these workshops have been designed so that we can learn the essentials from invited speakers already working professionally in the arts outside of University.
Session 3: TREATING YOUR OWN WORK PROFESSIONALLY
Getting down to the nitty-gritty, the last in this series of workshops will look at some of the practical issues regarding your own work. Expect top tips on: documentation; archiving material; packing, storage and shipping; legal issues and advice on being self-employed. (Speakers tbc)
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If you're interested in the other sessions taking place in the series, please book tickets separately for them:
MANAGING A PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY ONLINE
So you make art, and have a solid body of work behind you, but what's the next step? This first workshop focuses on the importance of an online identity for emerging artists, exploring the platforms, editorial principles, and networking schemes available for establishing and managing a professional portfolio online.
Speakers include: Dawn Bothwell/Sam Watson (CIRCA projects), Ruth Wilbur (Axisweb)
Booking essential: onlinepro.eventbrite.co.uk
Session 2: WORKING PROFESSIONALLY WITH ORGANISATIONS
This second session will try to outline some practical 'dos and don'ts' of working with a range of professional arts organisations, including those that are artist-led. On the agenda: how to approach a gallery and how to make effective proposals.
Speakers include: local curators and gallerists, representatives from local art collectives.
Booking essential: orgpro.eventbrite.co.uk