Sat 11th June
10:30 am - 4:30 pm
Whether submitting a commission proposal, working to a project budget or selling your work, it is essential to know how to calculate costs and to have confidence that the price you ask will be sufficient to cover expenses and generate an income and funds for future research and developments during the quiet times. This workshop will look at basic financial accounting and is simplified into a structure that will assist artists with money matters. It looks at developing a day rate for your work as an artist, building in ongoing overheads into your costings for projects of all kinds whether: workshops; commissions and exhibition fees or pricing individual works of art.
There will be some hands-on exercises that Patricia may ask you to do so please do come prepared with pen and paper.
Patricia Clyne-Kelly is an artist, a freelance curator and freelance art project consultant. Director/owner of The Clyne Gallery and art consultancy, Dublin. Art consultant to Central Bank and Financial Services Authority of Ireland since 2004. Director/owner of Access to Arts since 2003 and co-founder / project manager of The Cube -creative hub, Cork Street D8 since 2012. Part time lecturer at IADT, module on Professional / Business Skills Development, 3rd yr photography students. Other teaching experience includes VAI, Sculpture Factory, and mentor panel of the Crafts Council of Ireland.
Registration is open here.
This workshop is presented by Visual Artists Ireland in partnership with Townhall Cavan Arts Space and Cavan County Council Arts Office.