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Session 1: OVERVIEW – Thurs, Feb 15, 7:00 -9:00 pm
Session 2: PROPOSAL FEEDBACK – Wed, Feb 28, 6:00-9:00 pm
Richmond Art Gallery
7700 Minoru Gate, Richmond BC
The Richmond Art Gallery’s Curator Nan Capogna leads a writing intensive series on gallery exhibition proposals for visual artists. Session One presents an overview of the gallery system in the Lower Mainland and offers insight on how to prepare professional art submissions and proposals for exhibitions. The following session will be for a smaller group of artists ready to share their written exhibition proposals, providing a peer editing session and personalized feedback. Participants who want personalized feedback (session 2) must attend both sessions.
Nan Capogna is the Curator for the Richmond Art Gallery. Before joining Richmond Art Gallery she was a Senior Lecturer at the Schools of Architecture and Design, Wellington, NZ and the Schools Education Coordinator at City Gallery, Wellington. She has a seventeen year history with the Richmond Art Gallery as the Education and Public Programs Coordinator including nearly two years as the Interim Director/Curator. She became the Gallery’s Curator in 2010. She has a BFA from Wayne State University, and an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.