This looks like a cool event. If you are in or around the Vancouver area, you may want to check it out.
CARFAC BC Presents:
Marketing for Visual Artists with Chris Tyrell
Thursday, May 21st, 6:30 pm
Alliance for Arts and Culture
Suite 100 - 938 Howe St
Between Smithe and Nelson
Artists must develop their small business skills if they wish to earn a living from a visual arts practice. Chris, the author of “Artist Survival Skills: How to Make a Living as a Canadian Visual Artist,” makes the implementation of some basic business practices comprehensible and gives attendees an enthusiasm for some of the practical skills that can very effectively build a visual arts practice. Chris understands the artistic personality; he knows business building techniques that are well suited to the artistic temperament. Past participants are gratified by his presentations.
CARFAC Members: $25
Non Members: $35
Pre-registration is required: email@example.com or 604-681-3535
Chris Tyrell has been involved with the visual arts, visual artists and the arts in general since 1976 when he established Presentation House Gallery of Photography in North Vancouver. He was a founding member of the BC Touring Council and co-founded the Alliance for Arts and Culture in Vancouver.
Chris is the founding editor of the Visual Arts Newsletter of Opus Framing & Arts Supplies. He established its format and has written every editorial since its inception in 1986. His editorials earned Vancouver Business and the Arts awards for the newsletter. He is the author of Artist Survival Skills: How to Earn a Living as a Canadian Visual Artist.
CARFAC BC is the provincial branch of the national association of professional visual and media artists. CARFAC defends artists’ rights through advocacy and professional development and produces a schedule of artists’ fees that is widely recognized as the national standard.