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ONLINE How to Price Your Art with Ceri Hand

Wednesday, 19 April 2023
10am – 12pm

This event is organised by Spike Island, Bristol, who are part of the Kaleidoscope Network.

In this online session Ceri Hand will outline the key factors to consider when pricing your artwork. She will provide a guideline and some simple systems to help you determine a price that works for you and your potential market, whatever medium you work in, or stage of your art career you’re at.

This session includes a Q&A and takeaway PDF, but it will not be recorded, so please do come and ask your questions live.

About Ceri Hand
Ceri Hand is a creative coach, mentor, public speaker, supporting thousands of creatives to make an impact with their work and earn more money doing what they love. Prior to establishing Ceri Hand she was Director of Programmes for Somerset House, responsible for the exhibitions, live events, learning and skills programme across the whole historic site. She successfully helped to build its profile and brand, shaping its reputation as one of the UK’s top 10 most visited arts attractions (2.5million visitors annually). Director of Programmes, Somerset House, London; Associate Director: Institutions and Public Relations, Simon Lee Gallery, London; Associate Consultant, Contemporary Art Society, London; Director, Ceri Hand Gallery, London/Liverpool; Director of Metal, Liverpool; Director of Exhibitions, FACT, Liverpool; Deputy Director of Grizedale Arts, Cumbria and Director of Make, London. Ceri is currently on the board of Castlefield Gallery, Manchester and is an Independent Member of the Cymru yn Fenis Wales in Venice Advisory Committee 2020-2024.

About the Kaleidoscope Network
If you are an EOP Member you are also automatically a Kaleidoscope Network Member.

The Kaleidoscope Network is a collaboration between Spike Island (Bristol) Eastside Projects (Birmingham), Primary (Nottingham) and The NewBridge Project (Newcastle). Formed in response to a need for mutual support, the network has come together as a way to share resources, increase what each partner is able to offer and create new connections between communities of artists.