Assessing the Landscape of Opportunities


Visual Artists Ireland present this workshop exploring the range of opportunities, proposals, commissions and residencies and how to navigate them. Presented by Catherine Hemelryk, director of CCA  Derry - Londonderry

Assessing the landscape of Opportunities with Catherine Hemelryk 

Saturday 27th April 1pm-4pm

Roe Valley Arts Centre £10 / £20 (non-members)

There are various open calls for commissions, exhibitions, residencies, and funding. There are submissions you have to pay for, others that require a detailed application. Most require at least some of your resources and some are considerable undertakings. There are also opportunities for self-initiated projects around every corner that are waiting for you to make happen, either on your own or with others.

It can be a daunting landscape to navigate, and having a plan will help you meet deadlines, submit better proposals and make better decisions.

This workshop give your practical advice on assessing how different opportunities might be right for you. This is an opportunity to share tips with your peers and learn how to make decisions that fit with your own career plan.

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About the Tutor

Catherine Hemelryk became Director of CCA Derry~Londonderry in summer 2018. Her previous positions include Artistic Director at NN Contemporary Art, Northampton, Curator at CAC Vilnius. She has an artist-centred approach to curating and has participated in curatorial residencies in HMK Hoorn, GeoAIR Tbilisi and last year Sea Foundation, Tilburg. She is a visiting lecturer, mentor, editor and consultant commissioner working across Europe.

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