Kudos x Verge: Professional Development Series Semester 2, 2018

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SERIES 2018
After School Ed. Presented by Kudos Gallery and Verge Gallery

+ Aug 14 – Install Workshop – Kudos
+ Aug 30 – Grants Presentation – Verge
+ Sept 1 – Grants Workshop – Verge

Cost:
Each workshop and presentation: Arc & Access members $5 (+ booking fee), Concession $8 (+ booking fee), General admission $12 (+ booking fee)


SEMESTER 2, 2018

Aug 14, 5-8pm – Essential Practical Install // Workshop – KUDOS Gallery, Paddington
Learn how to install artworks of all shapes and sizes and how to de-install your work correctly! We will teach you the basics of picture hanging and mounting, patching and painting, and installing difficult or non-traditional artworks just like they do at the major galleries! Suitable for artists, curators and designers who are novice installers, or those looking for a skills refresh!

Tickets available via Eventbrite HERE

Aug 30, 5:30-7:30pm – How to Apply for Grants // Lecture – Verge Gallery, Darlington
Join us for an evening of presentations from peak arts funding bodies on How to apply for grants. Industry professionals will chat about a range of grant opportunities for artists and how best to apply with tips and tools for writing applications.

Tickets available via Eventbrite HERE

Sept 1, 1-3pm – How to Apply for Grants // Workshop – Verge Gallery, Darlington
Join special industry guests for a hands-on workshop where you will get specific feedback and advice on grant applications that have been unsuccessful, and edits for grant applications that you are working on. Bring: A draft grant application and/or a previous grant application that was not successful so that industry guests can take a look and workshop ideas with you.

Tickets available via Eventbrite HERE


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.

 

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