Art at Work Workshops
Art at Work is a series of professional development workshops designed to provide visual artists with the knowledge and skills required to pursue a professional arts practice in the field of public art, visual art and community arts. This series presented by Public Art Richmond and the Richmond Art Gallery, in partnership with City of Richmond Arts Services and CARFAC BC (Canadian Artist Representation).
Although the Richmond Art Gallery is currently closed we are offering some programs online. Browse through our upcoming events, by following the link below.
Applying to Public Art Opportunities
Saturday, May 30, 1:30-4:30pm
This workshop to be facilitated by staff from the City of Richmond Public Art Program. Guests will learn how to create a successful application for Public Art opportunities using the Richmond Community Mural Program Call Out as the model for this hands-on session.
Selling Your Art with Jeffrey Boone
Sunday, June 14, 1:00 – 4:00 pm
How can visual artists can improve their art sales? Jeffrey Boone, an avid art supporter, collector and former gallery owner will offer tips and suggestions for artists. Free admission, but RSVP required due to limited seating.
Artist Salon Series
Monthly on the last Tuesday
7:00 – 9:00 pm
It’s back! Each month this free program for artists hosts a different guest presenter for inspirational artist talks or for a social night of art-making together. Series is held on the last Tuesday of each Month. These monthly meet-ups are for visual artists to learn from other art professionals, to share ideas, and to connect with other local artists. See website for detailed schedule of sessions and presenters. RSVP to ensure a seat each month.
For more information about these and other Art Gallery Programs visit www.richmondartgallery.org or contact Education & Public Programs Coordinator Kathy Tycholis at 604-247-8300.