EVENTS: OCT 1 | The Art of Negotiation: Brokering Artist Fees and Contracts with Confidence in Kelowna

EVENTS: OCT 1 | The Art of Negotiation: Brokering Artist Fees and Contracts with Confidence in Kelowna

EVENTS: OCT 1 | The Art of Negotiation: Brokering Artist Fees and Contracts with Confidence in Kelowna

You've been offered an exhibition, but the fee is lower than you hoped. Your work was posted online, but you weren’t offered anything... What’s your next move? Do you ask for more or keep your head down?

Fees and contracts are negotiable more often than you might think. On October 1st from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at the Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art, join CARFAC National Director April Britski as she explores ways to ask for more without damaging the working relationships you count on and offers you the tools to negotiate contracts with confidence.

About the instructor:

April Britski has an MA in Canadian Art History from Carleton University and a BA in Art History and Studio Art from the University of Saskatchewan. She joined the staff of CARFAC National in 2005. She has worked and volunteered as an art educator, curator, and arts administrator since 1998 and has served on the Board of Directors of Galerie SAW Gallery, the Canadian Senior Artist Resource Network, and the Coalition for Cultural Diversity. She is a co-founder of Artists Legal Services Ottawa and the Visual Arts Alliance. In 2010, she spent five months working in the UK, researching how the Artist’s Resale Right is applied internationally. During her time in Europe, she worked on secondment with various visual arts organizations, including Artquest, the Design and Artists Copyright Society, and Artists’ Interaction and Representation (AIR).

Date: October 1, 2015 from 6:30 to 8:30 PM
Location: Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art, Unit 103 - 421 Cawston Avenue, Kelowna, B.C. V1Y 6Z1
Cost: $15 for CARFAC and Alternator members; $30 for Non-Members

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This workshops series was generously funded through the support of the BC Arts Council, the City of Vancouver, and CARFAC National.

  

 

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