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CARFAC BC and Richmond Art Gallery present a series of workshops focused on artists’ written communication skills specifically and provide participants with the opportunity to gain hands-on experience and receive constructive feedback on their artist’s statements, exhibition proposals, and grant submissions.
Exhibition Proposals with Sunshine Frère
FULL – Accepting Wait-List Registrations
Saturdays, April 22 and 29
Richmond Art Gallery Program Room
Artist, curator and arts writer Sunshine Frère presents an overview of writing proposals that can be used for Exhibition or Artist Residency Proposals. In Session One, receive practical advice and useful techniques for further developing your writing skills. This will be followed by a question and answer period that will get you started on your own writing. Session Two will have a hands-on component, providing a peer editing session and personalized feedback on your proposal writing.
Free. 12 participants max.
Participants must register and attend both sessions.
For more details and to register, email Kathy at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunshine Frère is an inter-media artist based in Vancouver. She has an MA in Interactive Media from Goldsmiths (2007), and a BFA in Studio Arts and Electroacoustic studies from Concordia University (2005). Frère’s artistic practice is cross-disciplinary and interactive. Her work has been exhibited in Canada and Europe.
Frère regularly works within local, national and international art communities. She has participated in juries for exhibition programming, art festivals and experimental film festivals. She has personal, as well as collaborative, experience with writing successful rant, exhibition and residency applications.
Frère currently sits on Access Gallery‘s Board. She is also working with the New
Media Gallery in New Westminster developing bespoke educational workshops that
integrate gallery programming with the newly revised BC curriculum; each program
specially focuses on the integration of technology and contemporary art. She is also a writer and curator. Upcoming projects in the fall of 2017 include Eternal Return – a guest curated group exhibition in collaboration with the Richmond Art Gallery and the Richmond Museum, and cache cache – a solo exhibition at the Seymour Art Gallery.
Program supported by