Cork Street Open & Art Practice Action Point by Kathryn Roberts


Cork Street Open & Art Practice Action Point                Monday, 15 April 2013
Late in 2007 Kathryn Roberts founded the Cork Street Open Exhibition which by 2012 had become the UK’s fastest growing independent open exhibition, filling two large galleries in the heart of Mayfair, London‘s art dealing centre.
 
Kathryn’s Weekly Action Points for moving your art practice forward    
  
Artist’s Action Point – Make the most of your business card
‘I am always amazed at how many artists say, “I‘m sorry I don’t have one.” when I ask them for their business card!
 
I can’t imagine any good reason for that answer. Either I’m a potential customer wanting to contact you in the future or I want to pass your information on to someone I think will like your work. In either case, you should ALWAYS have a buisiness card to hand over.
 
If you want to make the most of this valuable tool then make sure you do the following:

 

  • put an image of your best selling,current style of artwork on one side
  • add a small headshot of you on the back
  • give me multiple ways to contact you – email, phone,website and an address or your galleries address whenever possible”
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Just 6 more weeks to enter the final Cork Street Open Exhibitionwhich will be held this August.

 

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