Business art workshop schools artists to commerce

June 21 event at Victoria College of Art includes day-long talks on business of art

The Community Arts Council of Greater Victoria (CACGV) presents The Business of Art Workshop on Sunday, June 21 at the Victoria College of Art (1625 Bank St.).

This one-day event will include a series of short workshops and panel discussion designed to help launch artists to the next level in their career.  Each session is chock-full of real life, practical examples that focus on what artists need to know to be successful.

Workshop topics include: Lets Talk: Art Panel Discussion/Q&A: (Carollyne Yardley, Mark Heine, Phyllis Serota and Nancy Slaght – moderator Stephanie Eisenbraun), Creating a Dynamic and Affordable Website: Artsites.ca (owners and creators Rochelle Grayson and Geoff Meredith), Social Media Marketing (Robyn Quinn), Gallery Protocol/Bio’s/CV’s/ Portfolio (Yvonne Owens).

Sessions begin at 11:00 am and run until 4:00 pm. Registration is available at cacgv.ca or on Eventbrite.ca listed as “Business of Art Workshop”. CACGV members pay $20, non-members $35, and lunch is included. Space is limited. For more information, email coordinator@cacgv.ca or visit cacgv.ca.

The Community Arts Council of Greater Victoria was established in 1968 and is a registered charity. All funds from this event will be dedicated to delivering arts programs in the community.

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