The Artist's Toolkit: How to Apply for Your First Art Exhibition

Cary Reeder, Artist | Writer | Renaissance Soul

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8 Videos (28m)
    • Introduction:Trailer

      1:23
    • Art Exhibitions, Art Shows, Art Festivals and Art Markets: They're All the Same Right?

      6:08
    • What Types of Art Exhibitions Can I Apply For?

      6:11
    • Am I Ready to Exhibit My Art?

      5:17
    • How to Find Art Exhibition Opportunities

      1:37
    • Getting Good Images of Your Work

      2:38
    • General Guidelines for Applications

      3:02
    • Class Project

      1:30

About This Class

As an artist, creating work is only one part of the equation. Ultimately you want to get your work out into the world so it can be viewed, enjoyed and collected.

In this class, students will learn how to apply for their first juried art exhibition. To get them started, they will learn about different types of art shows and answer a series of questions to help them determine if a juried show is right for them and what participating in one entails. This class is designed for the artist just starting out but useful to all artists interested in applying for art exhibitions.

From there, the process of applying for art exhibitions will be covered in detail including: the common elements of applications, determining readiness for a juried exhibition, and how to find calls for artists in their area. The class will also touch on dealing with rejection and general guidelines for improving your odds at getting selected for an exhibition.

 

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Great class for artists who want to start selling their work through exhibitions and galleries.
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Cary Reeder

Artist | Writer | Renaissance Soul

Hi, I'm Cary Reeder. I'm originally from Miami, Florida and have made Houston, Texas my home since 1998 where I live with my husband and our fur children, Friskers and Oreo.

I am fortunate to come from a family where being creative and artistic is considered a good thing. My mom was an artist, my sister is an artist and my niece is carrying on the tradition. I have been dabbling in art since I was I child. Some of my fondest childhood memories are of art class, art camp, and evenings ...

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