WHEN: Tuesday Oct 17, 2017, 6:30- 8:30
WHERE: Artists' Network workspace 638 Queen St. E ( back of Dark horse Cafe )
There are so many art shows from the large art fairs in Toronto and beyond, to the many outdoor art shows and other home and lifestyle expos where artists can exhibit their artwork. It can be very daunting as to which ones to choose and how to manage the shows you are accepted into.
This seminar presented by Jamie MacLean will focus on how to find shows, preparing submissions including application processes, artist's statement, bio and images along with planning and budgeting.
Plus we encourage attendees to share their personal experiences, good and bad with the group.
This will be a very informative night for artists, not to be missed!
Jamie MacLean is a landscape oil painter, becoming passionate about his art in 2004, after a 30 year career in Engineering. He has taken workshops in Algonquin and the Canadian Rockies and is primarily self taught. He tends to bring a business and more structured approach to "selling" his art by doing 15 shows and fairs a year, and keeping stock in 5-6 galleries. Jamie was also chair of the Artists' Network board for 2 years.
Free to Artists' Network Members
$25 to non-members