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  • Elsa’s Urinal – why the seminal work should be reattributed to the woman who made it. Talk with Dr Glyn Thompson

    The starting point of the story is an encounter with Duchamp, seminal 20th century conceptual artist, in which we discover that the artist cited for changing modern thinking, stole the idea of the seminal ‘Urinal’ from Baroness Elsa von Freytag – a Woman. The Facts Behind the Façade. Art Historian Dr. Glyn Thompson talking about the de-attribution of the urinal from Duchamp’s oeuvre, and its consequent attribution to that of Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven, completely overturns establishment orthodoxy by reconfiguring the disposition of evidence hitherto marginalised and suppressed in the sustaining of the dominant myths of the Duchamp master narrative.


  • DACS Zoom talk

    A Guide to Copyright with Simon Marshall, the Head of Legal and Andre Thompson from the Legal Team at the Design and Artists Copyright Society (DACS). Simon and Andre give an overview of DACS’ services, an introduction to copyright and the DACS Payback scheme, with interactive part exploring a couple of scenarios. Useful links: DACS’ knowledge base that has some useful guidance about copyright and Artist’s Resale Right: https://www.dacs.org.uk/knowledge-base Useful links on DACS’ site, including a template model release form via the Association of Photographers: https://www.dacs.org.uk/knowledge-base/useful-links The DACS Artist’s Services Team would be a happy to answer any questions you may have about joining DACS or any other queries about DACS services. The team can be reached on 020 7780 7575 or membership@dacs.org.uk. Register to sign up for any of DACS’ services here: https://www.dacs.org.uk/for-artists To claim your Payback: payback.dacs.org.uk  Guidance on orphan works scheme: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/copyright-orphan-works Orphan Works licences can be obtained from: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/copyright-orphan-works How to conduct searches for copyright owners: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/orphan-works-diligent-search-guidance-for-applicants Another good source is the Artlaw section of the Artquest website: https://www.artquest.org.uk/artlaw/ If you are interested in literary copyright re Payback you should consider joining ALCS: https://www.alcs.co.uk/ Anyone wanting to use music in a film/video should seek a licence from PRS: https://www.prsformusic.com/


  • Curators Salon open call

    Applications open 22 February – 6 March 2021 Call for submissions for works in 2d in any media. A virtual exhibition of recent work by members of South London Women Artists presented by The Curator’s Salon, curated by Gita Joshi to take place in April 2021. Members are invited to submit completed 2d works for selection for a virtual open exhibition. All submissions will be considered and all applicants will have at least one art work presented in the final exhibition. Artists can submit up to 5 works and all submitting artists will have a minimum of 1 artwork featured in the exhibition. The nature of this virtual exhibition requires the artwork to be 2D but can be in any medium such as painting, printmaking, photography etc. There is no theme at this time, and it is my expectation that a theme or exhibition title will reveal itself through the selection process. Submitted art works do not have to be for sale. Artists agree that the images of selected artwork can be used for promotion across social media and online by Gita Joshi. The exhibition will be promoted by The Curator’s Salon and SLWA, and participating artists. There will be a submission…


  • Online drawing workshop with Zoe Toolan Things That Aren’t Here Now: Creating From Memory and Imagination

    No experience necessary. A practical drawing workshop to challenge, open discussion and encourage different angles within your practice. Please bring: Paper/sketch pad Drawing mediums, including colour An empty glass/cup A selection of snack pieces that look exactly the same but are at least three different flavours, ie three different flavours of crisps in a bowl; a plate of different types of fruit/cheese cut into identical shapes; a bowl of chocolate covered peanuts, raisins and toffee, etc… A Zoom link will be sent to all members.


  • Representing Yourself – Talk with Gita Joshi of The Curators Salon

    In this talk we will cover the artist statement and how to use it to give your visual art context. This is also the foundation of your art marketing message and any written communications about your work such as social media or email newsletters. We go on to discuss art marketing in this lockdown climate, how best to get your work in front of new people, how to engage them in your work and ideas, and grow an audience that you can invite to events and exhibitions when things are normalised. Also we will look at opportunities to show your art in the digital world when the physical events are not available to us. Plus Q&A. Find Gita’s recent book Show Your Art here. A Zoom link will be sent to all members.


  • Matt Roberts talk ‘The Essentials: How to professionally present your work to galleries, collectors, and the public’

    In ‘The Essentials’ Matt Roberts explains best practice in presenting your work and your ideas online and in communication with galleries and arts professionals. He will explain the 5 essential elements that will allow you to be seen in a professional light and increase your chances of audience engagement, exhibition offers, and sales. He will conclude the session by focussing on how to use this advice to increase your chances of making successful exhibition proposals and submissions to open exhibitions and competitions.   Matt Roberts is a curator and art consultant with more than 15 year’s experience of artist’s professional development and exhibition management. He has worked in India, Israel, Denmark, Norway and Sweden, as well as lecturing at various universities and institutions across the UK. He directed the Matt Roberts Arts, MRA project space in Vyner St, Hackney from 2008-13 and he has mentored or offered one-to-one support to over 1000 artists. He wrote a regular column for the Guardian Cultural professionals and has contributed critical writing to a-n, Axis, and Contemporary Magazine.



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