Date & Time
Friday 30th April 2021, 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
These sessions take place on Zoom.
Hosted by Gail Howard, Jonny Cotsen & Jane Simpson.
This workshop will have a live palantypist and BSL interpreters (Claire Anderson & Catherine McShane)
Visual Arts Group Wales (VAGW) is holding one Continuing Professional Development (CPD) workshop that aims to help artists understand how to best represent themselves and their work. This event is a direct response to VAGW’s latest survey ‘COVID-19 and visual arts in Wales’ focusing on one of the three major priorities identified. This workshop will allow individuals to identify where and how their work is best positioned.
In attending this event you will be able to :
- Hear from artists, curators, and venue managers about their experiences in the sector;
- Understand the different conversations that take place between artists and venues, how do artists present themselves to buildings / venues?
- Identify the various spaces and platforms where art work can be displayed, seen and appreciated.
- Question the position of your work and the relationship it has or may have with a particular venue or space when exhibiting – how does environment contribute to the value of art?
This workshop will be made up of a panel of artists, curators and venue managers who all have a variety of different experiences of the sector.
If you had to talk about your practice what would you say?
Where does your art belong?
How to sign up
We really want to welcome the widest range of people throughout Wales to attend this CPD workshop
We invite the widest range of people from each region of Wales who are in need of more knowledge on how to represent themselves within the visual arts, including (but not exclusively) independent visual artists/ makers/ technicians/ fabricators/ practitioners/ curators/ critical writers and academics/, and arts workers employed within organisations at all levels.
click on this google form and add your name, what you do and the name of the workshop
To book your place fill in this google form by Midday Thursday 29th April.