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Productive working relationships foster good art and engaged audiences. Our insightful resources and toolkits provide the frameworks to guide professional negotiations and good practice arrangements.
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It's sometimes hard to decide what to go for and how to get your ideas down on paper, so we’ve selected some key resources to guide you. There’s downloadable advice on budgeting, costing your time, approaching galleries from artists and experts alongside The Code of Practice for the Visual Arts and Good exhibition practice.
Whether you’re working with artists regularly or occasionally, you’ll find our good practice guides essential reading. Included are insights into what goes into a job description, how to negotiate an exhibition agreement and the fee range you should expect to offer artists with the experience level to do your work.
How do you get started in the visual arts? Read our Signpost career profiles of fine and applied artists, advice from artists and advisers on making funding applications, marketing, and becoming self-employed and use our toolkits to set out some development goals and price your services.