FREE Artist Career Seminar by NAVA

What:     A FREE seminar  for visual artists

Where:     Wollongong Art Gallery

When:     Wednesday 17th September 2014

Time:      11am  – 3pm  No bookings required.

Being a visual artist can be a tricky road to navigate at any stage of ones career. As early career artists to well established professionals, knowing about your copyright and moral rights, applying for grants and learning how to market yourself is key to maintaining the business that supports your practice. Come and hear from Brianna Munting and Joan Cameron-Smith from The National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA) for insights in a range of support mechanisms and resources available for the professional visual artist.

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Join our community and promote your business through the Great Art Escapes website via one of our three great PACKAGES. We endeavour to make it affordable for all levels of the Arts Community. All our packages are for a 12 month subscription and can be purchased via Paypal. (Credit Cards are accepted)

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Anita Larkin in 2TTT

The  Tamworth Textile Triennial opens on 15th August at Tamworth Regional Gallery. www.2ndtamworthtextiletriennial.com

Anita Larkin has been selected for this exhibition and has made a three metre long collaborative musical instrument from found objects and felt for the show. It will be played at the opening and hopefully at each venue it tours to. The 2nd Tamworth Textile Triennial follows a rich cultural heritage in the promotion of textile practice and excellence in Australia. Cecilia Heffer, guest curator, has selected twenty-two artists from around Australia to explore the theme of collaboration. Larkin says “I wanted to make the artwork itself a collaborative thing – and so it seemed perfect to use the idea I had had for along time to make a musical instrument that required collaboration of three people to play a composition written for it. I have called the work ‘The Breath between us’ Thanks to musicians Mark Holder Keeping and Richard Robinson this idea is now a reality!” Here you can listen to “The breath between us” After the show in Tamworth the exhibition will travel for two years to nine different galleries around Australia.