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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.
Artist Statements with Annie Briard
Saturdays, June 10 and 17
Richmond Art Gallery Program Room
Artist and instructor Annie Briard leads an Artist Statement Writing Workshop for emerging and midcareer artists, or those needing to fine-tune their artist package. Session One will focus on demystifying the writing process, clarifying the importance and purpose of a statement, and what it should or should not include. Session Two will provide one-on-one feedback of your written works both by peer evaluation and personalized instruction.
Free. 12 participants max. Participants must register and attend both sessions.
For more details and to register, email Kathy at firstname.lastname@example.org
Program supported by