How to Price Your Artwork with Hannah Watson

How to Price Your Artwork with Hannah Watson

Un/Learning Space is a newly initiated project by Open Space to support and mentor emerging art creatives. By both learning and unlearning, the workshops that will be available between April-September 2021 will aim to question the classical institutional teaching.

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UN/LEARNING SPACE: How to Price Your Artwork – Hannah Watson, TJ Boulting 

10 May 2021 (Monday), 6:30-8 pm 

Director of contemporary art gallery TJ Boulting and publisher Trolley Books, Hannah Watson, will look at how to price your artwork, including creating editions in this workshop. She will start with an overview of how pricing is decided for all mediums of artwork, how they are set up and what that means. The workshop will then be divided into small groups and given case studies to discuss and decide how much a particular work should be priced for, before reconvening for a concluding discussion. Participants should leave the workshop feeling they have a better understanding of how to price their own artwork and feel confident in setting prices and making editions.

Note: While these workshops are free we do rely on donations in order to support our workshop leaders financially. 

Hannah Watson is the Director of contemporary art gallery TJ Boulting and publisher Trolley Books. TJ Boulting was founded in Fitzrovia in 2011, taking its name from the Grade II* listed building the gallery inhabits. TJ Boulting’s programme supports and represents a dynamic group of emerging and mid-career contemporary artists, including Poulomi Basu, Juno Calypso, Maisie Cousins, Haley Morris-Cafiero, Boo Saville, Stephanie Quayle and Juliana Cerqueira Leite. The gallery has hosted the British Journal of Photography International Award since 2015. Established in 2001, Trolley Books publish a diverse range of titles presenting unique stories in photography, photojournalism and contemporary art. 

Website: https://www.tjboulting.com/

Instagram: @tjboulting

This event’s capacity is for 25 participants and the suggested donation is £10. To book for the event please click here.