An Evening for Artists: About European Art Fairs and Residencies in China
Janet Clayton Gallery is hosting an evening for artists on Wednesday 5 April from 4:00 pm.
An artist's experience of European Art Fairs with Sam Peacock
4:00pm to 5:30pm, Wednesday 5 April
Sam Peacock is a Londoner who is actively marketing his abstract landscapes through art fairs in the UK and Europe, in conjunction with his London Gallery, Curious Duke. Sam has agreed to share some insights into the European art scene and the way in which artist centred art fairs are creating new opportunities to present work to buyers.
At a time when the traditional means of selling art through galleries and auctions is being challenged by both online sales and the proliferation of art fairs, we are keen to hear Sam's views about the future of art fairs and the opportunities they bring to artists.
Artist Residencies in China: Part of Chinese Contemporary Art Month
6:00pm - 7:30pm, Wednesday 5 April
with Catherine Croll from Cultural Partnerships Australia
Artist residencies in China have grown in number and diversity over the past decade. This discussion seeks to discuss the benefits of these residences to artists and to the broader development of contemporary art. Catherine Croll from Cultural Partnerships Australia will lead this discussion, joined by artist Jason Phu. Catherine is the founding Director of Cultural Partnerships Australia established in 2010 and has held the position of Director Special Projects at Red Gate Gallery since 2009.
Light Refreshments will be served at 5:30pm
RSVP below for these events. Let us know if you can attend one or both discussions
There are strictly limited numbers for this event so an RSVP is necessary to secure your place