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What I Wish I Learned At Art School

What I Wish I Learned At Art School

Saturday 22nd June

Hours: 1 - 2pm
Location: Studio
Price: FREE

Our WHAT I WISH I LEARNED AT ART SCHOOL workshop series draws on the talents and expertise of various professionals. Our next session is:

The Countess Report with Elvis Richardson
Join artist Elvis Richardson as she discuses her collaborative project The Countess Report and their new publication.

The Countess.Report is an evolving independent collaborative research project led by artists; Amy Prcevich, Elvis Richardson, Miranda Samuels and Shevaun Wright, with special guest collaborators including Melinda Rackham, co-author of Countess: Spoiling Illusions Since 2008 (2023).

Countess.Report investigates the structures and frameworks that govern artistic production and legitimation in the Australian contemporary art world. They publish data and analysis on trends in gender representation, the education of artists, the distribution of arts funding, media representation and related topics.

Their research is self-published in quadrennial sector-wide reports.

The work of Countess is both art and advocacy; their role as artists is essential to the research they publish.


These sessions are suitable for:
All levels!
How can I watch previous Professional Development sessions?
You can subscribe to the TAR Membership to access 70+ videos including: Writing Exhibition Proposals, Tax Tips for Artists, Oil Painting Mediums, Introduction to Contemporary Art, Stretching a Canvas, Designing Your Exhibition, Acrylics Q&A, Learning from Practice, The Nuts & Bolts of Being an Artist, Legal Q&A, Grant Writing, Varnishing Techniques, Starting Your Creative Business, Q&A with David Coles, Time Management, Writing an Artist Statement, Colour with David Coles.
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