For the next few weeks I’m going to be doing a series on having exhibitions. Why?  Because I’m organizing an exhibition for my students and I thought this would be a great opportunity to share that process with you and let you have a peek at the ‘back end’ so to speak of an exhibition.

Having a group exhibition is a great way for people to have their first exhibition experience. What does this offer them?

It offers the opportunity to:

  • Take part without sole responsibility
  • Make some sales
  • A great learning experience
  • Get their work seen by a wider circle of people
  • Build their artistic self esteem and confidence
  • Network
  • Learn how to leverage their artwork into different income streams
  • Learn about art as a business.

So that’s a pretty long list of reasons to give it a go.

In the upcoming posts I will be drilling down into all the different aspects, including a look at both the physical to do’s and the mental mindset.

If you have any questions you would like answered on this topic, please ask in the comments section and I shall do my best to shine a light on that area and give you some clarity about your issue.

Photo of an art gallery

Pix Credit: Art Focus Gallery