Workshops co-facilitated by local artists and arts professionals and geared towards emerging, mid-career and student artists and curators
Sunny Kerr talks about the ways artists create languages of process and form in the Contemporary Feature Gallery.
Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre and Union Gallery are pleased to co-present the 2020–2021 Professional Development Series. Taking place over the Fall and Winter seasons, the series includes 6 free workshops co-facilitated by local artists and arts professionals from each organization, geared towards emerging, mid-career and student artists and curators. Participants will gain enhanced experiential learning opportunities, develop a toolkit of skills in preparing for a career in the arts, and extend networks with Kingston’s contemporary art galleries.
These workshops will take place online, please register to secure your spot. To join, participants will need to create a free Zoom account. The link for the virtual workshops will be sent to participants prior to the session.
Writing an Artist Statement
Facilitated by by deneige nadeau, hosted by Union Gallery
19 September, 1–3 pm
Curatorial Practices and Methodologies
Facilitated by Sunny Kerr and Carina Magazzeni, hosted by Agnes
17 October, 1–3 pm
Preparing for Public Art Calls
Facilitated by Anne-Sophie Grenier and special guest, hosted by Modern Fuel
21 November, 1–3 pm