Arts talk Plymouth Art Centre
Independent producer of contemporary art (not a maker)
Working with Clare Thornton
Worked on We The People Are The Work
Starting to work on Groundwork with Karst
DIY arts led approach
Discussion today: Paying artists
Major sources a-n website
www.payingartist.org.uk have instigated lots of research and campaigns they also have produced recommendations ... ie daily rates . Exhibition fee £740
There is power in artists working together to make things happen.
Susan Jones worth following on social media, researching paying artists
Orange book “what they didn’t teach you in art school” Annabel Tilley
Artist need to live/pay rent and not asking for crazy money.
Public perception around art world can be that artist do it for the love of it or the art world is very glamours and exclusive.
How are Artist building opportunities? Local example Jamboree Rachel and Hannah from Low Profile. Second Jamboree in the summer worth attending? look at website for next event. Grants For Arts funded.
Self organised practice schoolofthedammed.tumblr.com alternative MA program Also Bloomberg new contemporaries, Liverpool Free School,
Curating as an artist can also be an empowering situation, not just waiting for someone to discover you.
People and websites to look at:
Paul Klein “How to succeed as an Artist”
workmakeswork.tumbler.com artist diagrams of working practice
A-n Artist led hot 100 an.co.uk/resource/artist-led-hot-100-version-ii
Counterplymouth.com annual artist book fair March
Keep it complex
Liverpool Biennial look at associate artist page
Plymouth Art Weekender
Axis web- vacant space available to art
Art quest a program callled exchange
#artops #acefunded #wedontneedgatekeepers #artisthot100