Help! They’re coming … Be prepared for a studio visit! - Dr. Helen Adkins
Help! They’re coming…
Be prepared for a studio visit!
You are expecting an important visitor to your studio and would like to give a perfect presentation. A collector has shown an interest in your work and you wish to invite him/her and are not sure how to deal with the situation. You have just completed a new work and need a professional opinion. You have met a curator and wish to invite him/her: what should you show and how? You have a brilliant plan for a project but have not started realizing it: however, someone wants to come – how do you go about it? We will discuss practical tips and strategies in order to ensure maximum benefit from the visit.
Please bring along 5 representative images of your studio situation (USB stick).
Participation in the workshop entitles you to a two-hour studio visit by appointment (within Berlin).
Subject to mutual interest, the other workshop participants may also take part in the studio visits.
(Qualification Studio Visit)
Seminar content / Learning objectives
The focus of this seminar is on theoretical and practical issues in order to achieve the best possible results from a professional studio visit with regard to mediation and sales.
Qualification / Competence
Through attending the seminar, the participant is able to receive a visitor in his/her studio in full self-confidence. He/she has received general information and custom support on how to communicate and how to display artwork in the studio, thereby maximizing the chances of a sale or further interest in the work.
Help! They're coming - 4 applications needed.
This program is supported by funds of the
European Social Fund (ESF)
These subsidies are the basis for low participation fees and for the lecturers’ fees.
Therefore, prior to the event each participant must provide
some personal information, confirmed with a signature.
A multiple-choice test is an integral part for the ESF-evaluation purposes.
All your data are subject to data protection and passed on depersonalised to the
responsible ESF administration in order to fulfil the evaluation and reporting obligations.