Her Art-Story Series 3: Panel Discussion: Establishing an Exhibition Practice Post-Pandemic

Gallerist Danielle Arnaud, Creative Coach and Arts Consultant Emily Druiff, and Co-Director of Well Project (Margate) Emily Whitebread, talk about their career experience to date and give some thoughts on how the art world landscape may have changed Post-Pandemic.

 

Saturday 29 Oct 4-6pm

Artists Studio Company, Thurlow Street, London, SE17 2DG  

 

Book your free tickets here via Eventbrite.  

 

 

Watch Series 1 & 2 online

Barby Asante and Dr Althea Greenan; Mel Brimfield and Sally O’Reilly; Annabel Dover and Nadia Hebson; Melanie Jackson and Erika Tan; Laura Lancaster and Laura Moreton-Griffiths; Cathy Lomax and Eleanor Moreton; Irini Papadimitriou and Nye Thompson; Cathy Lomax and Cathie Pilkington RA.

 

 

Female artists are currently less likely to have artwork sold through a gallery, to have exhibited at art fairs, or achieve the highest sums at auction. Her Art-Story exists to help address this imbalance and celebrate the achievements of successful women working in the arts and bring them to public attention. Generously our speakers discuss their practice, obstacles they have faced, and opportunities that have helped along the way.

 

Her Art-Story is supported by Arts Council England and the National Lottery through the National Lottery Project Grants award.

 

Thanks to ASC Studios, Southwark Libraries, Rye Creative; Mimosa House; Stanley Picker Gallery, Kingston University; The Lightbox, Woking; South Hill Park, Bracknell; Block 336, Brixton.

 

Programmed by artist Laura Moreton-Griffiths and arts consultant Matt Roberts.

 

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