WHO IS IT FOR
This seminar is aimed at any individuals wishing to earn a living from creative and artistic practices, particularly those struggling to start. The goal is for participants to leave with new tools and thinking processes to progress in their practice and professional career. The seminar is ideal for students and recent graduates.
The seminar encourages all participants to think critically about their present circumstances, to examining what changes need to be carried out to achieve a sustainable practice. Presenting basic business concepts and ideas, the mentor will offer you core skills in the administration of your new sustainable practice. Special focus will be placed on identifying and generating sources of revenue. The seminar will end with a practical exercise that will help all participants to write up an action plan to affect change.
SCHEDULE & FEE
12pm Sun 20 May
Location: The Library Project, 4 Temple Bar Street, Dublin.
Ángel Luis González
Ángel Luis González is CEO and Director of PhotoIreland Foundation, an organisation that promotes a critical engagement with Photography. Ángel won the David Manley Entrepreneur Award in 2011 for the PhotoIreland Festival. In 2013, he launched The Library Project, a cultural hub in Dublin city centre offering a growing photobook library, an eclectic Art bookshop and a productive gallery. He has been a portfolio reviewer at many international festivals and is responsible for books like ‘Martin Parr’s Best Books of the Decade’ in 2011, ‘New Irish Works’ in 2013, and the latest series of ‘New Irish Works’ in 2016. He was a contributor to Landskrona Foto 2016, focused on Irish Photography, and he lectures at the Fine Art Photography Master at IED Madrid.