Raising your Profile and Creating Networks
Part of the UAL Creative Enterprise Week
" Informative, lively and memorable"
Artists & curators, Annabel Tilley & Rosalind Davis discuss leaving art school and surviving, as well as ins and outs of residencies, galleries, exhibitions, collectors, curating, teaching, tweeting, funding, marketing, portfolio careers .... and balancing it all! Anecdotal, practical and philosophical the talk is packed with information pertinent to all artists at any stage in their careers including students, new graduates as well as mid-career and mature artists.
This x2 hour talk gives you the opportunity to networking with other artists after the event.
Biog: In 2012/13 The A-Z talk was commissioned by and toured to De La Warr Pavillion, Bexhill-on-Sea; Firstsite, Colchester; Matt Roberts Arts, London, St Helens College, Merseyside, BayArt Gallery, Cardiff; MK Gallery in Milton Keyes; Southampton Solent University; The Whitstable Biennale and Maidstone.
" Inspiring, practical and entertaining" Sam Hodge
“ Your talk in the evening was so insightful and very motivating. I really feel as if my artistic batteries have been recharged and it has give me the push I needed to focus and move forward.” Sandy Campbell.
" Excellent advice" Maggie James
" I went to a very interesting talk by artist duo Annabel Tilley and Rosalind Davis ... What came across was passion, drive and 'can do' attitude. This duo is dynamic and entertaining Rosalind and Annabel seamlessly tore through the alphabet of do's and don'ts a lot of which were good old common sense, but who doesn't need a bucket full of that tipped over their heads now and again? It never ceases to amaze me how I can be thinking of doing something but just never really actually DO it. So I picked up a few salient points....." Felicity Truscott
' Their enthusiasm is contagious" Kate Bowen
' Zeitgeist Arts Projects are a lifeline' Katie Sims
"Feeling very invigorated after @ZeitgeistAP SURVIVING AS AN ARTIST session on Saturday. Particularly good for 'post-established' wearydom." Ben Coode Adams
" Thank you for your wonderful talk yesterday at BayArt Gallery, it was very informative, inspiring and enjoyable." Melanie Wotton