The School of Art & Design is offering a free six-week online course focused on developing essential writing skills for artists. Good writing skills are needed for exhibition applications, grant applications, artist statements, social media and much much more!
• Approaches to Writing – 6pm Tuesday 21 July
• Writing Proposals and Applications – 6pm Tuesday 4 August
• Writing for the Web – 6pm Tuesday 18 August
Attend one session, or for maximum impact attend them all!
The art world can be a confusing and difficult space to navigate, especially when keeping pace with changing trends, expectations and technology.
Do you struggle writing your artist statement? Don’t know how to write a grant application? Get lost writing your exhibition proposal? We’re here to help!
Are you a Canberra-based recent graduate, an emerging artist, a mid-career artist or someone who would like to get a better understanding of what skills are needed to gain a place in the contemporary art world? Then this course is for you!
Writing for the Web focusses on the following activities:
• How writing for the web is similar and different to writing for offline formats
• Tips for writing that appears on websites, blogs and social media
• Practical exercise - taking an existing piece of writing and adapting it for a blog / website / social media – bring samples of your own writing or work with sample documents supplied
• Group discussion
Sustainable Creative Careers: Approaches to Writing, Proposals and Applications, and Writing for the Web will be taught by Ellis Hutch, artist and educator. Ellis Hutch is a visual artist and lecturer at the Australian National University School of Art & Design. Ellis’s teaching interests span drawing, sculpture, installation, video and performance art, and art theory. She’s currently teaching in the Sculpture and Spatial Practice Workshop at the ANU School of Art & Design.
Sustainable Creative Careers is supported by artsACT.