What’s It Worth? Pricing Your Artwork – Brighton

Through a mixture of presentation and exercises, this half-day seminar looks at the value of your practice from pricing your artwork to fees you might charge:

  • Contextualising your art practice and career stage in relation to your potential market
  • Identifying your motivation
  • Understanding your audience
  • Local, national and international factors
  • Pricing beyond the object
  • Formulas, toolkits & the benefits of research

: £20/£10 concessions
Date: Monday 26 February 2018
Time: 10:00am-1:00pm
Venue: Green Room, Phoenix Gallery, 10-14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB

Tutor: Lucy Day is Director of A Woman’s Place Project CIC and a curator with many years experience of developing exhibitions in private, public and artist led spaces.  She trained and practiced as an artist. She worked at SPACE studios for 5 years, leaving as a Director, to develop the Day+Gluckman curating partnership in 2006. Their current project A Woman’s Place, received funding from the Arts Council of England and the National Trust to undertake a programme of arts events and commissions 2017 – 2018. Alongside her curating career, Day has supported artists and arts organisers. through mentoring, workshops and organisational change, working with a-n, Artquest and elsewhere. She is also a lecturer, writer and Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. For more information, visit www.lucyday.co.uk

These sessions have been updated from a programme originally developed with a-n, The Artists Information Company.


26/02/2018 - 10:00 am - 1:00 pm


Phoenix Gallery,
Green Room, 10-14 Waterloo Place,
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How to book

You can book a place by completing the form below. You can pay online by credit or debit card or pay offline by bank transfer or cheque

We aim to keep the cost of our training free or as low as possible. Please consider making a donation below.

Ticket TypePriceSpaces
Concessionary Ticket
Available to anyone earning under £20k pa
Concessionary Ticket With £2 donation
Available to anyone earning under £20k pa
Concessionary Ticket With £5 donation
Available to anyone earning under £20k pa
Concessionary Ticket With £10 donation
Available to anyone earning under £20k pa
Standard Ticket£20.00
Standard Ticket with £2 donation£22.00
Standard Ticket with £5 donation£25.00
Standard Ticket With £10 donation£30.00


Registration Criteria

Our workshops are for artists and writers who are under-represented. We need to collect the information below as part of our funding requirements.

having a mental health issue
having a physical disability
having a long-term limiting illness
having a learning disability/ADHD
being neurodiverse/ASD
having a sensory impairment
having a substance misuse issue
being homeless or in temporary accommodation
being a survivor of abuse
being long term unemployed
being a carer
being an offender or ex-offender
being a care leaver
being part of the BMER or Traveller community
being a part of the LGBTQ+ community
being an older person (65+)

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Creative Future newsletter
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Creative Future Literary Awards



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