This workshop is for STEAMhouse members only
Curator, gallerist and mentor Ceri Hand joins us for a no-holds-barred workshop on different strategies for engaging with the art market, whether selling and pricing work from your studio or working with commercial galleries. It’s a big topic … but she will attempt to demystify how the art market works, how galleries find artists, what artists should expect from this relationship, what good, and bad, practice looks like and what impact COVID-19 may have in the future.
This workshop will be useful for artists who are interested in generating income through sales, whether selling work to private buyers or into public collections. There will be time to ask questions during the session.
This event is hosted by Eastside Projects and is for STEAMhouse members only. Find out more about joining HERE.
Ceri Hand has extensive experience of working in the arts and culture sector, with previous key positions including: Director of Programmes, Somerset House, London; Associate Director: Institutions and Public Relations, Simon Lee Gallery, London; Associate Consultant, Contemporary Art Society, London; Director, Ceri Hand Gallery, London/Liverpool; Director of Metal, Liverpool; Director of Exhibitions, FACT, Liverpool; Deputy Director of Grizedale Arts, Cumbria and Director of Make, London.
Ceri established Artist Mentor in 2014 to support artists and creatives in developing their work, enabling them to have more impact and successfully navigate their creative journeys. She has worked closely with emerging and established artists throughout her career, commissioning, producing, programming, exhibiting and selling new interdisciplinary, inter-generational work, including large scale live events, performances, public realm works, touring exhibitions and public engagement, participation and education programmes. She has a track record of fundraising and selling artists work to international private and national public collections.
She has curated over 250 exhibitions and events and was a contributing curator to Liverpool Biennial in 2004 and 2006 and Liverpool’s Capital of Culture year in 2008.
She is currently on the board of Matts Gallery, London and is an Independent Member of the Cymru yn Fenis Wales in Venice Advisory Committee 2020-2024.