TG London Course
“How to Communicate Your Gallery”
8 April 2019
An essential full-day course for practicing and emerging gallerists on communication strategies to better combine offline and online channels
Following its desire to foster the sector’s professionalisation and the transfer of knowledge regarding gallery management, in spring 2019 Talking Galleries is launching an educational and training area specifically designed for practicing, emerging (and future) gallerists.
The London Course will be the first of a series of short and intensive courses, focused on a specific subject matter and with a practical approach.
Led by key industry experts, London’s one-day workshop “How to Communicate Your Gallery” will provide practical knowledge to expand your communication skills and to build up a better positioning of your project. It will guide you through the tools and techniques—both offline and online—to establish your voice and engage with a diverse audience.
Addressed to gallery staff and art professionals at large.
Welcome & Introduction
“Communication Tips Every Gallery Should Master”
with James Cahill, Associate Director, Sadie Coles HQ
“Journalist question time: the dos and don’ts of getting press coverage for your gallery”
with Anna Brady, Art Market Editor, The Art Newspaper, and Cristina Ruiz, Edtor at Large, The Art Newspaper
13.00-14.00 | Lunch
at Delfina Foundation’s dining room
“Art writing—why, how, for whom?”
with Filipa Ramos, Art Writer and Editor in Chief, art agenda
“Digital marketing for galleries. Tips and strategies”
with Saskia Clifford-Mobley, Head of Gallery Partnerships, Europe Middle East and Africa, Artsy
“Communicating in the art world”
with Rebecca Taylor, Executive Vice President, FITZ & CO, London
Date and Hours:
Monday 8 April 2019
10am – 6pm
29/31 Catherine Place
London SW1E 6DY
Participation Fee: 135£ (+ lunch 15£)
Includes coffee breaks and a free copy of the TG Notebook #6 (2018).
A lunch service will be offered at atteendes’ charge.
To register, please fill in this form.