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
Fee: £20/£10 concessions
Date: Monday 26 February 2018
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.
Green Room, 10-14 Waterloo Place,
How to book
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