Surviving After Art School is a new series of artist-led seminars aimed at
artists at all stages of their career. The seminars aim to give practical
support and advice about navigating the art world, and surviving that not
just the crucial first few years after graduating but how to sustain your
practice long term.
Saturday 10th Dec, 3-5pm
£6 in advance please go to the website for bookings
£8 on the door
Hackney Downs Studios
17 Amhurst Terrace
Artists, Rosalind Davis & Annabel Tilley, co-founders of Core Gallery's<http://t.ymlp180.net/ueadauqhmadauwbacau/click.php>highly successful Show & Tell artists development programme take a wry,
serious, insightful & funny look at Surviving as an Artist in a world
already overpopulated by artists. How do you make people know you exist and
how do you hang on? Our guide shall tell you what to do how to survive &
how to thrive.
For more information email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Speakers
Rosalind Davis is a graduate from the RCA and Chelsea College of Art.
Artist, Curator award-winning blogger, writer, lecturer member of the AIR
Council. She has exhibited nationally and internationally with work in
private and public collections. Her work shall be entered into the
Courtauld Institute 2012- 13.
In 2009 she co-founded and managed Core Gallery a dynamic artist-led
gallery space working in collaboration with over 200 artists and curators.
She also managed DIY Educate Show and Tell which was co-founded with
Annabel Tilley. Davis lectures for a number of organisations such as
University of the Arts, a-n and AIR. As a writer she has contributed to The
Guardian, a-n and Artlicks.
Annabel Tilley is an artist, curator and writer. Annabel Tilley trained
in Fine Art at The University of Brighton, and exhibits nationally and
internationally and was shortlisted for the Jerwood Drawing Prize in 2005.
She has undertaken several residencies and public commissions, Most
recently, she created a wall drawing for London/Berlin, a drawing survey
exhibition curated by Andrew Hewish (C4RD, London) at Fruehsorge
Contemporary Drawing in Berlin.Her work is held in private collections in
Britain and France. Annabel Tilley has written for Arty Magazine and
Garageland, and also writes regular reviews for a-n’s Interface, and the
blog: how to emerge?. Annabel Tilley trained in Fine Art Painting at The
University of Brighton. www.annabeltilley.moonfruit.com