Navigating the new landscape for artists with Eamonn Maxwell

Hear from CEC co-founder Medeia Cohan and respected Irish fine art curator and mentor Eamonn Maxwell for an insightful and rather sweary 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 looked 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. We also heard from some of our viewers about their challenges.

**Disclaimer – there is a fair bit of swearing in this video, consider if this might offend you before viewing it!

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