With this workshop, you’ll learn the rules of the road to find the exhibition opportunities that are absolutely right for
No one else is teaching this stuff this way.
I mean, it’s taken me 15 years to figure it out and I have a Master’s degree in visual arts and worked in and showed my own work with most of the kinds of galleries I want to teach people about.
Really, this is the BIGGEST misconception that artists have about galleries: that they are ALL THE SAME, when really they each work very differently.
And that you can save yourself a whole lot of time and money and heartache if you know about that.
Because, sadly, there are some kinds of art that will never show at certain kinds of galleries. But no one tells artists which is which… which can be very frustrating and disheartening!
So, let me save you all the trouble and take this course, and I’ll teach you which kind of gallery your work is absolutely perfect for.
Artist & Art Consultantkatie@katiebrennanartconsulting.com
Take this course with Katie LIVE!
Course Presented as a Zoom Class where students will be able to ask Katie questions directly.
Exhibiting Art is EXTRA HARD right now!
These LIVE Workshop Sessions came about due to my desire to support and give back my beloved galleries and arts organizations -- the majority of the proceeds from each of these live sessions go to the host gallery or organization.
These superheroes are doing great things for artists in their area -- please check them out and consider supporting them in your own way!
Friday, April 30th: 11am - 12:30pm
- Proceeds go to support Comox Valley Arts
Thursday, May 6th: 11am - 12:30pm
- Proceeds go to support the Salmon Arm Arts Centre
Saturday, May 8th: 11am - 12:30pm
Offered in partnership with the Lake Country Art Gallery
- Proceeds go to support the Lake Country Art Gallery
Common Myths Artists Have About Art Galleries
That There is More than One Definition of What a "Professional Artist" is
All the Different Kinds of Art Galleries Out There
How Each Type of Art Gallery Benefits AND Hinders Artists