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Presenting Your Work
Presenting your work properly is debatably one of the most important aspects of your professional image. Whether you are applying for exhibitions, jobs, or just trying to sell your work, if it doesn’t look professionally finished, people won’t want it. It might sound like a simple task but the choice of presentation method can either enhance the impact of your work or take away from it. Often it is a fine line.
There are innumerable ways of…Continue
In a lot of respects this is a very similar process to that of applying for funding (see my previous post ‘Funding Applications’ http://www.artists2artists.net/profiles/blogs/funding-applications?xg_source=activity ). It is something that a professional artist will have to go through constantly during their careers as a way of getting their work ‘out…Continue
I am currently developing a set of workshops that address the question ‘How To Be An Artist’. This first blog post will give an insight into one of these workshops, with more to follow. If anyone has any comments about this post or ideas for developments then that would be greatly appreciated. Otherwise I hope my advice may be of some help to you.
The dreaded funding application. This is something that a large percentage of people try to avoid. You…Continue
I'm currently coming towards the end of my Masters course in Creative Education and am in the process of writing up my final piece. I am undergoing some research to accompany my final written piece. So one of my questions is 'How Do You Learn?'. I want to know your opinions on what it is that leads to successful learning/creating. Is it the environment? Is it the subject? Is it the tutor? etc etc. Any input would be greatly appreciated and i look forward to your responses.