Interactive webinar for mid-career artists

ojP4kj0DNUpMLgAI.jpgThe Asset of Art focuses on the question of how to maintain and strengthen the position of artists in today's rapidly changing art climate. How can you get even more out of your artistic, social and economic position while remaining true to your own vision? Together with a number of (international) speakers, on the basis of concrete examples and each other's experiences, we explore this question.

Being creative isn't a disadvantage for success; rather, it is a powerful tool to be harnessed. - Jeff Goins, Real Artists Don't Starve.

The artistic field has been changing a lot in recent years, such as cutbacks, new fund policies, the rise of digital markets and a changing gallery circuit. With the arrival of COVID-19 these changes have further accelerated.

In this interactive webinar experiences are shared, new insights are exchanged and a number of international speakers share their perspectives. The Asset of Art challenges the artists to explore new possibilities and opportunities with each other in small groups via break-out rooms.
The speakers are combined with an interactive part. In smaller groups, examples are discussed and experiences are shared. The exchange of knowledge, the sharpening of thoughts and the concrete exploration of new perspectives are central. Examples of (international) artists will be presented. You can find further information about the program here.

The ultimate goal: the use of the already existing potential, strengthening of a powerful position and the discovery of new insights.

This digital meeting offers space to visual artists working in the Netherlands with an established artistic practice. It is specifically intended for makers who exhibit in museums. The language of communication is English.

The online workshop consists out of 2 afternoons which together form 1 complete workshop. The dates are: November 19 and December 10 from 14:00 to 16:15. Two afternoons where new insights can arise and strengths can be combined.

To register, you must be available for participation on both afternoons.