01.02.2014

Negotiating Public Art and Commissioning Projects.

This seminar on the 28th Feb at Appetite in Stoke-on-Trent looks very interesting indeed. Details below from their press release:

28th February 2014
The Mitchell Arts Centre,
Broad Street, Stoke-on-Trent.
ST4 1HG

10.30am – 4pm

Created, developed and delivered by Frances Lord, Appetite is proud to announce that we’re hosting this opportunity for artists CPD at a heavily subsidised rate in association with a-n The Artists Information Company.

This seminar enables artists either new to public art, or wishing to develop their practice in the commissioning field, to gain insight into practical issues such as making proposals, responding to briefs, working within budgets, dealing with contracts, copyright and other legal issues. The seminar will also look at the potential for artists to work on large-scale installations or interventions in the public sphere. The seminar starts with a slide show of nationally and internationally sourced public art and commissioning case studies to stimulate discussion.

During the seminar we will look at:

· What sort of skills do you need?
· Identifying and responding to opportunities & briefs
· What makes a strong project proposal & presentation
· Creating your own brief and developing partnerships
· Matching aspirations to budgets
· Contracts

A Resources Handbook will be emailed to all participants after the seminar. Frances Lord is a consultant and curator who specialises in developing and managing public art and commissioning projects. Clients include local authorities, healthcare trusts, environmental and regeneration agencies, museums and galleries. www.franceslord.com

Am I eligible? Open to all artists and individuals working in the arts such as curators and project managers.

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www.appetitestoke.co.uk

This seminar on the 28th Feb at Appetite in Stoke-on-Trent looks very interesting indeed. Details below from their press release: 28th February 2014 The Mitchell Arts Centre, Broad Street, Stoke-on-Trent. […]