PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SERIES Semester 1, 2018
After School Ed. Presented by Kudos Gallery and Verge Gallery
+ April 17 – AV Install Skills // Workshop – KUDOS Gallery
+ May 3 – How to Apply for Exhibitions // Lecture – Verge Gallery
+ May 5 – How to Apply for Exhibitions // Workshop – Verge Gallery
Arc & Access members $5 (+ booking fee), Concession $8 (+ booking fee), General admission $12 (+ booking fee)
SEMESTER 1, 2018
April 17 – AV Install Skills // Workshop – KUDOS Gallery, Paddington
Are you looking to move into video and digital art? Or maybe you need to freshen up your AV install skills? Learn how to get your video from your computer screen into the gallery with this AV Install Skills Workshop! We will teach you the basics of file types and formats, media players, displays and projectors, sound equipment and cable and power management.
Led by Dara Gill.
May 3 – How to Apply for Exhibitions // Lecture – Verge Gallery, Darlington
Hear from industry professionals from three galleries with tricks and hints for getting your exhibition application noticed! Get advice on introducing your exhibition, writing a conceptual statement, how to select images and present yourself professionally when trying to get your art shown in a range of different spaces.
Speakers: Sian McIntyre (Director of Verge Gallery), Josephine Skinner (co-Director of Cement Fondu), Nanette Orly (co-Director of Cold Cuts), and Georgia Hobbs (co-Director of Firstdraft).
May 5 – How to Apply for Exhibitions // Workshop – Verge Gallery, Darlington
Join Sian McIntyre from Verge Gallery and Luke Letourneau from Kudos Galley for a hands-on workshop where you will get specific feedback and advice on your own work and applications you are working on.
Bring: A draft exhibition application and/or a previous exhibition application that was not successful so that Sian and Luke can take a look and workshop ideas with you.
After School Ed series is presented by Kudos Gallery and Verge Gallery. After School Ed lectures are part of the Accessible Conversations series at Verge Gallery which will be filmed, captioned, and distributed online as an educational resource. The Accessible Conversations project is supported by Create NSW’s Audience Development Fund, a devolved funding program administered by Museums & Galleries of NSW on behalf of the NSW Government.