- Nottingham Castle Museum And Art Gallery
- Friday, January 16, 2015
- Castle Place, Nottingham, NG1 6EL
- East Midlands
- a-n and Creative Greenhouse
The seminar considers the roles of curator, gallerist and commissioner as well as other key players in the art world. The seminar identifies strategies and tools for approaching galleries and curators and provides the background to setting up your own exhibitions, from pop-ups in empty shops to longer-term projects.
How to get your work shown is led by Lucy Day, curator at Day + Gluckman. Projects include a 7-year curated programme with the law firm Collyer Bristow and self initiated, curated contemporary visual arts projects with heritage organisations including the National Trust and the Canal and River Trust. Day + Gluckman recently received a Grants for the Arts award towards the research for their A Woman’s Place project. Day is also a commissioned writer on visual arts practice and exhibitions, an advisor and consultant on artists’ professional development for a variety of arts organisations including a-n The Artists Information Company and Artquest and a Visiting Practitioner for University of the Arts (Wimbledon College of Art).
Charges: £20 for a-n members or members of Creative Greenhouse. £30 for non-members. Includes coffee, tea and soft drinks (lunch is not included, there is a café on site or you may wish to bring your own).
Further details: This event is aimed at visual artists and project managers at a mid-career career stage. Event runs 10am until 4pm.
Costs are subsidised by Creative Greenhouse and a-n – The Artists Information Company.
Part of a series of 2 Granted professional development events in partnership with Creative Greenhouse. How to develop audiences through crowd funding takes place on 12 December.