Join CEC co-founder Medeia Cohan and respected Irish fine art curator and mentor Eamonn Maxwell for an insightful conversation exploring how artists can continue to function and work in this new landscape. These are challenging times for visual artists at all stages of their career, many of whom may have had exhibitions cancelled, are no longer able to access their workspaces or are struggling with big losses of income.
Eamonn and Medeia will look at how artists can use these restrictions to focus on new approaches to making and marketing their work and what the future looks like for the fine art sector as a whole.
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Who’s it for?
- Aimed at practising visual artists, but may be useful to other self-employed creatives
- The importance of structuring your week
- New approaches to making
- Utilising online platforms
- Adopting a tailored approach to wellbeing
- Engaging with curators, dealers and buyers
- Preparing for the long game
Eamonn Maxwell has worked as a curator and advisor in the visual arts for over 20 years. He has curated numerous exhibitions across the world including the Irish Pavilion at the Venice Biennale in 2011. From 2009 – 2016 he was Director of Lismore Castle Arts, where he programmed significant exhibitions by leading international and Irish artists. Latterly he has worked as a collection adviser to Arts Council of Ireland, Goldsmiths College London and private collectors. He has lectured at Crawford College of Art and Design, Ulster University and University College Dublin.
He holds a BA (Hons) in Visual Arts, with thesis on Contemporary Northern Irish Photography, from Camberwell College of Arts, London and a MA in Museum and Gallery Management, with thesis on Supporting Emerging Artists, from City University London. In addition, he has qualifications in corporate governance, marketing and fundraising for the arts.