How to turn your Art into an Art Business.

02 February 2015 on Events by Paul Regan

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How to turn your Art into an Art Business

 

An intensive three day course teaching new artists and art students how to get themselves and their work known.

 

Click here to reserve your place.

Wednesday 27th – Friday 29th May 2015
10am – 4pm each day
£300

12 participants only

Venue: Insight School of Art in Barnet EN4 8AL

 

Day 1: You, your work and your brand
Knowing your art; Being an artist ‘In business’; Your CV and Artist Statement; Getting known, Your brand, Setting goals and more …….

Day 2: Exhibiting your work
Organising an exhibition; Pricing, Competitions, Art fairs, Galleries; Representation, Curating, Framing, Selling, Open studios, Group shows, Commissions, Legal stuff and more ……

Day 3: Marketing your brand
Websites; Social media; Blogging; Writing a press release; Buyers, Databases, Online galleries; Newsletters; Photographing work; Planning for the future and more ……

 

This three day course will highlight the essential factors that artists need to act upon to give themselves the best chance of being a successful professional artist, including getting their work seen and sold. Each day will consist of talks and activities, leading towards the creation of an individual action plan for each participant to work through after the course.

This course is aimed at new artists, leisure artists and art students wishing to set themselves up as a professional artist.

Paul Regan is the Director of Insight School of Art in Barnet, North London and founder of the North London Artist Network. He mentors practising artists and regularly exhibits at the Mall Galleries in London.

For more information, or to book, please contact Paul Regan at info@nlan.info.
Reserve your place here. Payment must be made in full to confirm booking.

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  • Adrian Marden
    5 years ago - Reply

    I am very keen to attend your three day course on Art Business but can’t make the dates you are offering as I will be away during the May half term. Is there any possibility that you could offer alternative dates or organise a second event ?

    • Paul Regan
      5 years ago - Reply

      Thanks Adrian. I’m sure there will be another in the future. Please keep an eye on NLAN twitter and facebook. All the best
      Paul

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