Thu, 21 Apr|
Wimbledon Art Studios Peer Crit - Framing & Presentation
Interactive workshop to help artists and studios develop together.
Time & Location
21 Apr 2022, 11:00 – 13:00
London, 10 Riverside Rd, London SW17 0BB, UK
About the Event
Materials, finish and framing can dramatically change the way people see your work. Sometimes it’s the difference between closing and losing a sale. Art & People is on hand to help your work be seen in its best light. Founder and curator, Claudia Kennaugh, is offering a peer crit session for 6 artists. Each artist will be invited to bring 2-3 pieces of work for direct feedback and discussion. You’ll have the opportunity to workshop different framing styles with samples from the Art & People collection and Wimbledon's own HF Framing. It’s a chance to problem solve, seek new ideas and gain a curatorial perspective on how to frame and present your work.
Price is £35 per artist.
For enquiries and booking contact Emily: ENQUIRIES@wimbledonartstudios.co.uk
We hope to see you there!
Art & People founder, Claudia Kennaugh, has worked in the arts for over 15 years. First as a musician and performing artist, then gallery manager, art advisor and partner of the Hollywood Road Gallery, London. Claudia has nurtured the careers of many artists over the years, curated countless fairs & exhibitions and helped new and seasoned collectors to buy, frame and hang art in their homes. Since the launch of Art & People in 2019, Claudia has supported the professional development of artists all over the UK, as well as in Europe and North America, with one-to-one coaching, workshops and courses. Working with studio groups such as Bow Arts Trust and Wimbledon Art Studios is of particular interest to Claudia as it helps artists to develop together as communities. Her empathetic understanding of what it takes to live off your art and inside knowledge of the industry are a rare combination. From this foundation she is able to guide both artists and collectors, creating new connections and opportunities along the way. As a new mentor for Visual Artists Ireland and a panelist for the Jackson’s Painting Prize, 2022 looks to be an exciting year.
‘‘ Artists are often on the back foot due to a lack of knowledge and support. I want to change that.’’ - Claudia Kennaugh