The Fundamentals of Building a Sustainable Arts Practice
Date(s) - 26 Jul 2012 until 15 Nov 2012
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Keppel Bay Marina
Internationally acclaimed artist Jo Wooler is presenting ‘The fundamentals of building a sustainable arts practice’ workshops in the Capricorn Region as one day workshops where participants will receive the comprehensive information from her 2010/2011 series all in one interactive text book.
Her one day workshop covers everything an artist needs to know in the beginning stages of building a sustainable arts practice. At the end of the day participants will have the key to understanding themselves and their identity as an artist and take with them the necessary tools and skills to build on their professional development as they continue to work through Jo’s text book at their own pace.
“Not everyone will recognize an opportunity when it presents itself. In the art world Jo Wooler is doing the business and presenting herself as an opportunity to other artists to learn from her experience. “Your level of achievement will mirror the work you put in”. Jo helps you step out of your comfort zone, she is a guiding light and always there to offer sound advice. Thank you Jo, Cairns, Hamilton Island and New York galleries – couldn’t have done it without you.” – Leigh Gordon
Fundamentals Workshops Dates:
Thursday 26 July 9.00-4.30 at the Keppel Bay Marina
Thursday 15 November 9.00-4.30 at the Keppel Bay Marina
COST – $198 (20% off for people who have previously attended Jo’s Fundamentals workshops or are current members of Artists Afloat Inc) which includes:
* ‘The fundamentals of building a sustainable arts practice’ comprehensive text book (for individual sale – $44)
* TOPICS COVERED IN WORKSHOP – developing your identity as an artist/business essentials/keeping records/website vs blog/e-marketing/social media/establishing professional relationships/tracking your progress/looking to the future
* personal assistance from Jo Wooler in creative development of your name/logo and identity
* lunch and afternoon tea (please advise of any dietary requirements)
A maximum of 8 participants per workshop will ensure that Jo is able to give everyone the support and assistance they need in developing their identity as an artist and completing tasks throughout the workshop.« Back to events