Posts Tagged ‘critique’

You will have seen the notice about the January 23rd workshop where members will hear from selectors how work tends to get chosen, the importance of presenting your work to it’s best advantage, and tips on improving the quality of your jpgs and framing to enhance your work. WE thought it would be a good idea to organise another critique to give members a chance to have feedback on work they are considering for submission to Bankside or to any other upcoming exhibitions.

Liz Dalton has offered her studio in Sydenham as the venue for the next critique, and will shortly be sending out possible dates for meeting up. As has been mentioned before, these are very informal events that contribute positive, constructive ideas to participating artists to learn from and use to enhance their practice.

We hope many of you will take the opportunity to join Liz and others for the next critique.

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Our third critique, held on April 6th, was another enjoyable experience and a useful session for Eithne and Laura Moreton-Griffiths, whose work was discussed.¬† (more…)

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This crit was held in Julie Bennett’s studio at William Angel Gallery (more…)

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The first critique

The first critique was hosted by Liz Charsley Jory at her latest exhibition on December 3rd 2008

My work was hanging for a week at ArtDog Gallery Space, so we met there to talk about it, and the work of the person I was showing with, as well as a painting by Liz Dalton and a photographic series by Kim Thornton. (more…)

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