Learn how to submit your work for an exhibition, preparing an artist's bio, statements, exhibition proposals and documentation in this Professional Development workshop on January 16 hosted by the Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre, and Union Gallery. Learn to find and keep track of calls for submissions, writing tips, how to answer tough questions, and completing the application process.
The Professional Development series is co-facilitated by local artists and art professionals and is tailored for emerging, mid-career, and student artists and curators. Participants develop a toolkit of skills in preparing for a career in the arts, gain enhanced experiential learning opportunities, and extend networks with Kingston's contemporary art galleries.
About the Host
Anne-Sophie Grenier is the Executive Director of Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre. She holds a Masters of Management in International Arts Management, from Southern Methodist University and HEC Montréal. In her graduate studies, she focused on the role that art co-ops and artist-run centres play in fostering innovation and creative placemaking. She also holds a B.A. in Communications Studies (Video Production) with a minor in Political Science from Concordia University and a Diploma of College Studies in Commerce from Champlain College. Her career has brought her across many different fields – from communications for a non-profit operating in Canada and Uganda, to documentary television production, and the production of major music, arts, and sporting events. Anne-Sophie is also a practicing performing artist and video producer.