Towards Sustainability Career Development Seminar for Creative Professionals with Patricia Clyne Kelly
Posted in Connect on October 9, 2019.
Date November 06th – 10am to 4pm – Mayo House
This seminar will involve talks, interactive discussion and work-shopped elements. The day will facilitate creative professionals to map their practices and come away from the session with a range of perspectives on fine art and collectibles market and a plan to move their careers and livelihoods forward in an informed way.
Discover how to position your work and make strategic decisions about pursuing opportunities that feel appropriate to your creative values and priorities and sustain an income to get you where you want to be in your creative career. The merits and codes of practice of various art markets, including, galleries, collectors, museums, online sales, studio exhibitions and art/craft fairs will be discussed.
The learning process through the day will involve an audit of your current position, an evaluation of competencies to realise an objective understanding of your strengths, setting a PIP (personal/professional improvement plan) defining a career map and the planning schedule to achieve this.
About Patricia Clyne Kelly
Patricia Clyne-Kelly is a freelance creative project manager and owner/director of Access to Arts(est. 2003) and Clyne Gallery (currently nomadic). As a mentor she listens and absorbs in order to evaluate steps needed to motivate and encourage clients to discover their way forward and to realise their full potential creatively and commercially and to rekindle their passion for their product and profession.
Previous projects have included curating exhibitions and arranging corporate commissions; art consultant to Central Bank of Ireland; curating in-house exhibitions and a major show in the European Central Bank; Marketing and sales manager of a ceramic sculpture business ; Gallery coordinator of the applied arts gallery @ DesignYard (Temple Bar, Dublin); Curator of ‘Contemporary Craft Portfolio’ exhibitions in RHA (Royal Hibernian Academy) and co-founded and managed the CUBE -creative hub in Dublin 8 with 25 creative practitioners’ studios.
****Please not tickets must be booked via Eventbrite as places are limited and are allocated on a first come first served basis***Tags: Mayo Arts Service, Patricia Clyne Kelly, Professional Development