Managing Cultural Projects Workshop with curator and cultural consultant Eamonn Maxwell

 

Kilkenny County Council Arts Office with our ArtLinks partners, Carlow, Waterford and Wexford are delivering a workshop in Managing Cultural Projects. This one day workshop is for individuals who deliver cultural projects as curators, project managers or producers. Whilst the workshop will be focused on visual art projects the points discussed during the day can be applied in other disciplines/events.

The workshop will explore planning, communication, meeting deadlines, securing funding + venues, contingency planning and the importance of leaving a good impression. Attendees will spend some time in a local cultural venue on the day looking at a successful cultural project and understanding the complexity involved.

This workshop will be of most benefit to individuals already involved in curating, project management or who are considering moving into one of those fields.

Managing Cultural Projects Workshop
Date: Friday 28th September
Time: 10.30am – 4.00pm (Lunch 1-2pm)
Venue: The Tasting Room, Brewery Workhouse, Kilkenny
Price: €20 (includes light lunch and refreshments)
Participants: Max 10

 

Eamonn Maxwell Biography:
Eamonn Maxwell is a Curator and Cultural Consultant. Since graduating from Camberwell College of Arts, (UK) Maxwell has been involved in over 60 exhibitions in UK, Ireland and Europe, including curating the Irish Pavilion at 2011 Venice Biennale.
Whilst Curator at University of the Arts, London Eamonn founded the Emerging Artists Programme which helped to give many artists important exposure and he continues to mentor emerging artists in Ireland and internationally.
From 2009 – 2016 he was Director of Lismore Castle Arts, Waterford, one of the most important contemporary art organisations in Ireland, where he curated, exhibited and commissioned work by more than 150 artists. Aside from working with international artists, he has also advised some of the leading contemporary art collectors and has expertise as a board member for not-for-profit organisations.

Bookings and Payment: please contact
Deirdre Southey, Arts Office
Tel 056 779 4138 E: deirdre.southey@kilkennycoco.ie

Payment details: when you have made your booking, payment must be made through the Motor Tax Office, County Hall, John Street, Kilkenny, tel. 056-779 4229.

Opening hours: Monday-Friday 9.10am through lunch to 3.30pm. Card payments can be made over the phone. Payment can be made by cash or cheque (to be made payable to Kilkenny County Council).

When making payment please quote your name and the name of the workshop e.g.
John Smith/ Managing Cultural Projects Workshop

A receipt will be issued to you which you are required to bring to the workshop for our records. We ask that you kindly adhere to this payment procedure. It is not possible for payments to be made in any other manner. Please note that your inclusion in the workshop will only be possible on production of your receipt at the workshop. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

Booking deadline: 4pm on Wednesday 19th September 2018

Payment deadline: Monday 24th September 2018