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VAA Artist Summit 2022 Be Visible, Selling Your Art

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Wednesday 6th July 2022

1:00pm til 3:00pm (last entry 1:15pm)

Minimum Age: 18

Visibility is key to emerging artists success; to be discovered by art buyers, curators and media.

 

VAA Artist Summit 2022 Be Visible, Selling Your Art on Wednesday 6th July 2022

Visibility is key to emerging artists success; to be discovered by art buyers, curators and media.

So how do self-representing artists get seen, to sell more art and create more income opportunities?

A practical session and conversation featuring artists, galleries and art advisors.

Welcome & Panel Discussion

Panellists: Karen Van Hoy Smith - VAA Mentor, Gallerist & Publisher & Shirley-Ann O’Neill, VAA Co-Founder, Arts Marketing expert

13.00 Helga Stentzel, London based Artist & Illustrator

Finding your Niche & Ideal Buyers - Instagram Artist with 230K following

13.30 Megan Wright, Senior Curator at Saatchi Art

Erin Remington, Manager, Curation and Art Advisory at Saatchi Art.

Maximising Digital Art Sales - Saatchi Art

14.10 Amah-Rose Abrams – Arts & Culture Reporter

Pub. in NYT, The Art Newspaper, ES Magazine, Harper's Bazaar Art

Maximising PR & Creative Voice

The VAA Artist Summit is open to artists of all levels and is free to premium members of the Visual Artists Association.

To secure you place, simply join the VAA online at www.visual-artists.org

Entry Prices

Minimum age: 18

Entry price (public): 0 (Additional fees may apply)

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