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Museums & Artists: Academic & Professional Practice Seminar

Friday 14 June | 11am - 4pm | £10

Clore Learning Studio | Pre-booking required

Whether you’re an artist or a cultural organisation, join us to hear case studies and receive advice on developing creative partnerships between museums, galleries and artists.

Watts Gallery – Artists’ Village was the home of G F and Mary Watts, two significant 19th-century British artists who established an artistic community in Compton, Surrey and helped to cultivate creative skills and enterprise to regenerate local communities. Watts Gallery was the first gallery built to house and display the work of a single artist. Today the Wattses’ home is part of the international Artist’s Studio Museum Network and continues to offer opportunities for artists to engage in residencies and creative collaborations.

This day-long seminar is open to anyone interested in setting up an Artist in Residence programme, or who would like to find out more about working with artists in museums and other cultural settings. Meet inspiring artists and practitioners and share practical tips for building partnerships.

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  • Academic and Professional Practice Seminar- Museums & Artists £10.00 Standard 0 30 max
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Friday 14 June | 11am - 4pm | £10

Clore Learning Studio | Pre-booking required

Whether you’re an artist or a cultural organisation, join us to hear case studies and receive advice on developing creative partnerships between museums, galleries and artists.

Watts Gallery – Artists’ Village was the home of G F and Mary Watts, two significant 19th-century British artists who established an artistic community in Compton, Surrey and helped to cultivate creative skills and enterprise to regenerate local communities. Watts Gallery was the first gallery built to house and display the work of a single artist. Today the Wattses’ home is part of the international Artist’s Studio Museum Network and continues to offer opportunities for artists to engage in residencies and creative collaborations.

This day-long seminar is open to anyone interested in setting up an Artist in Residence programme, or who would like to find out more about working with artists in museums and other cultural settings. Meet inspiring artists and practitioners and share practical tips for building partnerships.

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