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Artist Speakeasy: Do Artists Need Gallery Representation?

Artist Speakeasy: Do Artists Need Gallery Representation?

Saturday 23 September 2017 > 2.30PM to 3.30PM


The roles and responsibilities of art galleries today are increasingly varied and flexible. Galleries can provide stability, advocacy and support for artists, but there are also many opportunities that do not rely on gallery representation.

Join David Hagger (Co-Director, Blackartprojects), Andy Dinan (Director, MARS) and artist Kylie Stillman (represented by Utopia Art Sydney) for a panel discussion about the necessity of gallery representation in forging a successful career as an artist.

The panel will consider the changing models of representation, promotion, commercial enterprise and collective practices that have directly impacted the viability of sustaining an independent artistic practice.

 

DATE: 

> Saturday 23 October 2017

 

TIME:

> 2.30PM to 3.30PM 

 

VENUE:

> Domain House, Dallas Brooks Drive, South Yarra 3141

COST:

> $11 PER PERSON, includes tea + coffee

 

BOOK ONLINE:

> HERE

   

Image: Guests at the opening of Kylie Stillman’s The Opposite of Wild and Sam Leach’s Avian Interplanetary at Linden New Art, Friday 26 May 2017. Photograph: Theresa Harrison Photography.

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