popupart.com.au https://www.popupart.com.au Linking artists to market Thu, 10 Oct 2019 06:58:46 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.2.3 https://www.popupart.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/PUA-Logo_Tagline_blacksquare-150x150.gif popupart.com.au https://www.popupart.com.au 32 32 ArtsACTION launches to grow local creative sector https://www.popupart.com.au/artsaction-launches-to-grow-local-creative-sector/ https://www.popupart.com.au/artsaction-launches-to-grow-local-creative-sector/#respond Thu, 05 Sep 2019 01:13:58 +0000 https://www.popupart.com.au/?p=1312 Regional artists and creatives offer new economic solutions. They must not get left behind in the vigorous growth of the Victorian creative industries. Developing creative communities that are resilient and sustainable is needed now more than ever. Launching this week is ArtsACTION, a free upskilling and professional development program for Central Victorian artists and creatives, …

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Regional artists and creatives offer new economic solutions. They must not get left behind in the vigorous growth of the Victorian creative industries.

Developing creative communities that are resilient and sustainable is needed now more than ever.

Launching this week is ArtsACTION, a free upskilling and professional development program for Central Victorian artists and creatives, thanks to $20,000 funding from the Australian Government’s Building Better Regions Fund.

The program will provide online and face-to-face training as well as practical opportunities to activate career pathways, broaden networks and build market reach.

According to the Victorian Government, “the value of Victoria’s creative industries has increased by 23 per cent in the past four years with the sector now injecting $31 billion into the state’s economy. Jobs in the creative industries have grown by 15 per cent, to 260,000, in the same time”.

In response, Pop Up Art, a division of Jumpleads NFP, has been advocating for Central Victorian Artists for eight years. “We’re committed to strengthening the creative sector, because this enriches communities as a whole: making them more vibrant, connected and ultimately healthier” says Sharon Seyd who’s coordinating this initiative.

“We’re aiming to encourage artists and creatives to effectively tap into industry growth, as well as to inspire leadership and build resilience for regional creative communities” says Dr Karen Le Rossignol, Deakin University, who is contributing her expertise in digital innovation to the ArtsACTION program.

Supported by four Central Victorian Councils, this program will be delivered between September 2019 and April 2020, within the Shires of Bendigo, Mount Alexander, Macedon and Hepburn. All artists, creatives and arts workers within these Shires are invited to participate.

Bendigo resident, artist and academic Dr Susan McMinn is pleased to see this initiative take place. “As an independent gallery owner hosting regular exhibitions from artists across the region, I see the enormous talent that exists here. I also see how a program like ArtsACTION can support a growing need for artists to develop skills, methods and frameworks to maximise their potential.

ArtsACTION includes three opportunities to get involved:

  1. A FREE 6-part email course providing inspiration and practical information to get artists and creatives thinking and taking action around further developing their creative career.
  2. Three FREE half-day facilitated workshops for artists, creatives and arts workers to connect and strengthen their networks; encouraging them to be market ready; providing opportunities to broaden their reach; and gain new skills working collectively to expand their impact.
  3. FREE representation within Regional Arts Park: An innovative, interactive, digital platform for artists to display their work and receive online promotion.

More information and to register for these opportunities : www.popupart.com.au/artsaction

For interviews and questions: Karen Corr | 0419 006 243 | karenc@makeachange.org.au

With thanks to Susan McMinn and Arnold Street Gallery for hosting this announcement. Special acknowledgement to the Womnjeka exhibition on show at the time of the announcement including to artists Ian Clark, Suze Radford, Paul Chapman, Georgina Risely, Peta Hudson, Tashara Roberts, Trina Dalton-Ooges, Anne Conway, Bek Saltmarsh  and curator Janet Bromley.

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ArtsACTION Email Course https://www.popupart.com.au/artsaction-email-course/ https://www.popupart.com.au/artsaction-email-course/#respond Sat, 24 Aug 2019 22:58:03 +0000 https://www.popupart.com.au/?p=1289 Subscribe to this FREE 6-part email course, providing inspiration and practical information to get you thinking and taking action around further developing your creative career. This course is designed to get you thinking in and around various topics, in order to become clearer on your own point of view; and develop new solutions or more …

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Subscribe to this FREE 6-part email course, providing inspiration and practical information to get you thinking and taking action around further developing your creative career.

This course is designed to get you thinking in and around various topics, in order to become clearer on your own point of view; and develop new solutions or more productive approaches to your career navigation.

When you subscribe you will receive six separate emails, as Units #1 – #6 covering these themes:

  • Unit #1: designing your public profile
  • Unit #2: clarifying your career goals
  • Unit #3: building your team
  • Unit #4: working collaboratively
  • Unit #5: finding your story
  • Unit #6: developing digital connections

Anyone can opt-in at any time, by simply filling in your details below:

 



This initiative is part of Arts ACTION, activating pathways for creatives. For more information and to get involved in other opportunities on offer, visit: www.popupart.com.au/artsaction

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VIDEO: Work of Art – Portfolio Kit https://www.popupart.com.au/video-work-of-art-portfolio-kit/ https://www.popupart.com.au/video-work-of-art-portfolio-kit/#respond Sat, 24 Aug 2019 22:36:25 +0000 https://www.popupart.com.au/?p=1287 Here’s a great video to provide inspiration in creating your best portfolio:

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ArtsACTION: Regional Arts Park Digital Community https://www.popupart.com.au/regional-arts-park/ https://www.popupart.com.au/regional-arts-park/#respond Sat, 24 Aug 2019 03:46:53 +0000 https://www.popupart.com.au/?p=1252 The Regional Arts Park (RAP) is FREE representation for established artists, within an innovative, interactive, digital platform to display their work and promote them as an artist – online. Designed by Deakin University in partnership with Pop Up Art. It aims to: promote creatives and artists, with integrated exhibition and sale of art work facilitate …

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The Regional Arts Park (RAP) is FREE representation for established artists, within an innovative, interactive, digital platform to display their work and promote them as an artist – online. Designed by Deakin University in partnership with Pop Up Art.

It aims to:

  • promote creatives and artists, with integrated exhibition and sale of art work
  • facilitate relevant storytelling about their communities
  • strengthen engagement, exposure and market reach of the creative industry sectors.

As an imaginative and immersive digital world RAP creatively reflects the physical, economic, emotional and social environment of the community. Local community challenges are highlighted through the lens of creative response.

It’s a place where online discussion can be incorporated for creative problem-solving of strategic issues, local/regional sustainability, community resilience and adaptability; as well as the shared challenges of working creatively within Regional Victoria.

Approach

The focus will be on telling stories visually and creatively. All participants are encouraged to think strategically about the future of the region.

Reach

As a digital community, RAP enables wider access and greater local/trans local/global reach for creatives, artists and their work. It is linked to community priorities to engage a broader audience in garnering greater support for the community’s concerns.

Functional Description

Entry to the RAP website is a simple online navigation open broadly to arts audiences and the general public. It is composed of three interactive zones which immerse participants in the regional arts environment:

Zone:

 Description:

RAP Arts Café (reception) 

Main entry to the park itself – all visitors enter here

RAP Gallery + exhibitions

Individual artists’ gallery [selected artists]

Concurrent exhibitions on specific themes (may also be developed)

Environmental sensorium

There will be an ongoing exhibition within innovative chambers, displaying various themes with responses by artists and other creatives of various disciplines [ in group shows ]

 Initial 2020 exhibition focus: Four Elements – earth, air, fire, water

Soundtrack, animation for sensory experience to engage creative discussion

Future developments of RAP will be shaped by the ArtsACTION participants and other interested creatives and artists. This might include artist digital residencies and a town-hall-events style digital pavilion.

Theoretical Rationale

The RAP reconfigures and extends David Throsby’s values from Economics and Culture 2001:

Aesthetic value

Properties of beauty, harmony, form as component of cultural value within the digital storyworld, and the community

Spiritual value

Inner qualities shared by human beings as cultural environment

Social value

Connection with others, nature of society, sense of identity and place as local/translocal communication/networks

Historical value

Sense of continuity from past which illuminates the present as part of the discussion/issues contextualised for range of stakeholders

Symbolic value

Cultural objects provide nature of meaning and its value to consumers of creative work, and to the wider community needing to discuss meanings

Authenticity value

Real, original and unique artwork both installed and on sale as responses to issues of sustainability, resilience and wellbeing within the region [Environmental sensorium]

Get involved

The Regional Arts Park is currently in development. Further details will be provided at a later date. To stay in the loop, please formally express your interest below, by completing this quick application.


In the meantime, if you’d like to get in touch, contact:

Karen Corr, Jumpleads NFP                              Dr Karen Le Rossignol
Phone: 0419 006 243                                           Phone: 0411 442 619
Email: karen@jumpleads.net                           Email: karenler@deakin.edu.au

This initiative is part of Arts ACTION, activating pathways for creatives. For more information and to get involved in other opportunities on offer, visit: www.popupart.com.au/artsaction

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Arts ACTION Workshops https://www.popupart.com.au/arts-action-workshops/ https://www.popupart.com.au/arts-action-workshops/#respond Sat, 24 Aug 2019 02:27:42 +0000 https://www.popupart.com.au/?p=1228 Come along to these three FREE half-day facilitated workshops to: connect and strengthen your networks; encourage you to be market ready; provide opportunities to broaden your reach; and gain new skills working collectively to expand your impact Further details on each workshop, including how to register, are provided below. Limited places, book now to secure …

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Come along to these three FREE half-day facilitated workshops to:

connect and strengthen your networks;
encourage you to be market ready;
provide opportunities to broaden your reach; and
gain new skills working collectively to expand your impact

Further details on each workshop, including how to register, are provided below.

Limited places, book now to secure your spot!

Workshop #1 Being Market Ready

[for individual creatives & arts workers]

To focus on grounding your individual goals and being ready to respond to new marketing opportunities.

Thursday 21st November 2019
9.30am – 1.30pm
Castlemaine Senior Citizens Centre,
Mechanics Lane, Castlemaine

Workshop #2 Working Together Effectively

[for visual artists, arts workers and aspiring arts managers]

To connect you to broader networks and ways to work more effectively with others. Through aligning individual and group goals, we explore the potential of working on new projects, collectively.

Supporting the establishment of a management group, with a focus on building future exhibition systems and opportunities.

Thursday 27th February 2020
9.30am – 1.30pm
Bendigo Bank Theatre
Ground floor of The Capital, 50 View Street, Bendigo

Workshop #3 Digital Communities

[for professional visual artists who want expanded market reach]

To explore how connecting yourself effectively through digital links to the world, may provide new opportunities. Furthering links between your artwork and potential customers and strengthening community connections as a whole.

Thursday 19th March 2020
9.30am – 1.30pm
Kyneton Town Hall
Richardson Room, 129 Mollison Street, Kyneton

These workshops are part of Arts ACTION, activating pathways for creatives. For more information and to get involved in other opportunities on offer, visit: www.popupart.com.au/artsaction

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Arts ACTION: Inspiring effective leadership in the arts https://www.popupart.com.au/arts-action-inspiring-effective-leadership-in-the-arts/ https://www.popupart.com.au/arts-action-inspiring-effective-leadership-in-the-arts/#comments Sun, 02 Jun 2019 02:11:10 +0000 https://www.popupart.com.au/?p=1112 We are thrilled to be a successful recipient of a Federal Government Building Better Regions grant, to deliver a new initiative: Arts ACTION. This grant will enable us to continue our work in supporting artists/creatives to be viable businesses and contribute to the growth of the Central Victorian Creative Community. It’s clear that artists and …

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We are thrilled to be a successful recipient of a Federal Government Building Better Regions grant, to deliver a new initiative: Arts ACTION. This grant will enable us to continue our work in supporting artists/creatives to be viable businesses and contribute to the growth of the Central Victorian Creative Community.

It’s clear that artists and creatives want greater opportunities for exposure. They need support in development of skills, methods and frameworks to maximise new career opportunities. Arts ACTION, an education, training and development program, will assist creatives get into action on building and fine tuning their business model, as well as expanding capability, productivity, and aspiration. This will support greater market reach and art sales.

The program consists of 3 practical components

  1. CALL to action: Online engagement and info-training

Direct educational mailers to inspire participation, sector leadership and increased professionalism for greater individual & sector productivity

  1. Action PLANNING: Training and development workshops

Topics covered include business development, being market ready, and accessing innovative creative online platforms for e-commerce marketing and sales

  1. GROWING action: Opportunities to grow business

Opportunity A Be part of a working group for artists to organise future exhibition opportunities collectively

Opportunity B Apply and participate in Deakin University’s innovative online model ‘a virtual gallery ‘ to enable ongoing artist connectivity, growth and access to new markets

More information and registration details are coming very soon. Stay tuned and join our mailing list for upcoming opportunities.

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small works from a BIG PLACE – thankyou! https://www.popupart.com.au/small-works-from-a-big-place-thankyou/ https://www.popupart.com.au/small-works-from-a-big-place-thankyou/#respond Sun, 02 Jun 2019 02:01:54 +0000 https://www.popupart.com.au/?p=1107 Many thanks to all involved with small works from a BIG PLACE This project enabled us to build a mobile art exhibit and display the artwork of 130 Central Victorian artists in six locations, providing professional development and marketing exposure to the artists involved. In addition we formalised a relationship with the 130-190 participating artists, …

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Many thanks to all involved with small works from a BIG PLACE

This project enabled us to build a mobile art exhibit and display the artwork of 130 Central Victorian artists in six locations, providing professional development and marketing exposure to the artists involved.

In addition we formalised a relationship with the 130-190 participating artists, and recorded EOI’s from 340. This paves the way to formalising a collective that supports these artists in their representation; productivity; professionalism and most importantly in their capacity to generate income growth via the selling of their work to broader audiences.

Building on our collective success we’re happy to announce:

This year Deakin University, in partnership with Pop Up Art, is building us an innovative online Virtual Art Gallery, supporting artists of Mount Alexander, Hepburn, Macedon and Bendigo.

Join our mailing list to stay in the loop with future opportunities and find out more what’s next here…

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Buying art from the heart https://www.popupart.com.au/buying-art-from-the-heart/ https://www.popupart.com.au/buying-art-from-the-heart/#respond Wed, 19 Dec 2018 23:11:25 +0000 https://www.popupart.com.au/?p=1096 A guest blog by Helen Fraser “Buying art is a bit like falling in love.” How do we find art we love?  An artist we love?  Why do we fall in love with a particular work?  Why is it that we want to spend our hard-earned money on a particular artwork as if we can’t …

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A guest blog by Helen Fraser

“Buying art is a bit like falling in love.”

How do we find art we love?  An artist we love?  Why do we fall in love with a particular work?  Why is it that we want to spend our hard-earned money on a particular artwork as if we can’t live without it?  I’ve been pondering these questions since doing a radio interview with Derek Guille from ABC Central Victoria along with Sharon Seyd, Founder of Jumpleads Not for Profit and curator of the Small Works From a Big Place exhibition currently travelling around Central Victoria.  As a musician, photographer and artist himself, Derek asked us some thought provoking questions that I’ve been musing since.

Finding art and artists is a bit like falling in love.  It can be love at first site or happen gradually over time but the physical and emotional reactions can feel similar.  Knowing an artwork is for you can be an intense emotional, physical and spiritual experience.  As an artist, psychologist and budding art collector myself I wonder whether I am attracted to certain works at a moment or stage in my life because the work reflects some potential within me that I need or want to develop and express.  Or maybe it is embodying a feeling I don’t want to consciously face.  The unconscious within all of us is very powerful.  In my experience it has a strong part to play in the enjoyment of and purchasing of art.  And it wants us to grow and develop.  Its main purpose is to help us move towards wholeness and joy no matter what is happening consciously or in our external world.  I believe it is worth trusting so I’ve learnt to tune in to my body’s signals when viewing art.

Try to sidestep your analytic mind and go deeper.  What piece do I keep going back to?  Does it keep coming back into my mind when I am away from it?  Which work leaves me feeling hopeful or joyous or exquisitely sad at a profoundly peaceful level?  Does the work leave me feeling curious and uncomfortable? Ultimately don’t think too much.  Go with what your body and gut tell you.  Don’t get caught up in what other like or have but stay true to yourself.  Art is about relationships including the relationship with yourself.  I cannot stress enough how important it is to buy art you personally love even if it will be a gift.  It is a reflection of the deeper you and this is a gift in itself.

To find an artist you love, I encourage the process of playful exploration. Visit new spaces in your local area.  Scour the newspapers for art events.  In my region of the Macedon Ranges there are several Open Studio programs to explore.  Visit small and large galleries.  Borrow or buy art books. Go to your local art festival.  Where ever you go, stay present to your feelings and bodily reactions when you stumble across art.  They will be your best guide. Is your heart racing?  Do you feel excited?  Do you suddenly hold your breath in awe of the colour, the skill of the artist, curious about how they created the piece or what it could mean?  Does it take you to a time of meaning and connection in your life?  Are you moved to tears or anger?  Even more negative emotions could mean you need to live with a certain artwork.  Feelings like envy or hatred can often be triggered when we love an artwork.  It is common to feel dismay when we envy another yet envy can be a healthy road map to our true selves or our untapped potential.  If we can notice it, ask ourselves what it is telling us, then we can grow and move forward.

By supporting local artists – any artist in fact – we are honouring ourselves indirectly.  By celebrating the success of another we overcome the power of the ego and connect with our truly loving potential.  And artists love and need your support.  When I witness someone falling in love with my artwork I feel grateful and privileged.  It is so moving to watch.  Being in the position to facilitate this type of deep connection is a great honour as an artist as I know it has the potential to heal and transform that person.  Buying local art also financially supports the artist to buy materials and supports them to take up opportunities to enhance their practice.  To me art is a practice and I will do it even when the art isn’t selling.  I do it every day, it is what I do and who I am.  But knowing my practice is supporting and nurturing others fuels and inspires me to continue making art.

Art matters.  It makes a difference.  From my experience as both an artist and psychoanalytic psychotherapist, art starts conversations that otherwise would not have happened.  It connects us more deeply to ourselves and others.  It is a bridge for our unconscious which wants the best for us.  It may even have big things in store without our knowledge.  So why not start the heartfelt process of finding the art and artists you love?  Take the leap. Trust me, you won’t regret it.

To follow my artmaking process and purchase artwork on-line go to www.helenfraser.net.au or Instagram @helenfraserartist.  Email helenfraserartist@bigpond.com for enquiries, commissions, custom artworks and collaborations.

Helen Fraser is a participating artist in our ‘small works from a BIG PLACE’ exhibition. Find more local artists in the exhibition catalogue here: popupart.com.au/artists

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Introducing Local Artists https://www.popupart.com.au/introducing-some-of-our-artists/ https://www.popupart.com.au/introducing-some-of-our-artists/#respond Wed, 19 Dec 2018 05:36:46 +0000 https://www.popupart.com.au/?p=1057 Jessica Murtagh, Bendigo multimedia artist “I consciously want to keep my practice experimental. This allows for me to explore the role of an artist as explorer or inventor. A strong focus in my practice is combining hand and machine techniques to create works on paper” www.jessicamurtagh.org Paul Cox, Macedon Ranges “I was born in Hobart, …

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Jessica Murtagh, Bendigo multimedia artist

“I consciously want to keep my practice experimental. This allows for me to explore the role of an artist as explorer or inventor. A strong focus in my practice is combining hand and machine techniques to create works on paper”

www.jessicamurtagh.org

Paul Cox, Macedon Ranges

I was born in Hobart, Tasmania and like most people, had a love for drawing from a very young age. Taking every opportunity to sketch whether it be drawing freehand or copying the latest Andy Capp, Obelix and Asterix cartoons or the daily sketches of football and cricket players in the Hobart Mercury Newspaper.

I find inspiration from many of the old master artists such as: Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Caravaggio, Salvador Dali, John Singer Sargent as well as a number of more contemporary artists such Norman Rockwell, Odd Nerdrum (who I also count as an old master), Catherine Abel, Jandamarra Cadd, Sergey Gusev, Yupari, Greg “Crayola Simkins and Todd Scherr just to name a few.

I’m currently focused on portraiture and surrealism using mostly oil paint.”

www.facebook.com/PaulCoxArt  paulcoxart.wixsite.com/paulcoxart

Elissa Sadgrove, iconography and graphic artist

“Drawing on my interest in graphic design, I create works of whimsical and idiosyncratic symbols. These symbols are analytical and playful responses to our visually loaded urban environments. With autobiographical themes and a sleek commercial appearance, my symbols revel in the styles, colours and meanings of commercial and information graphics”.

www.elissasadgrove.com

Beth Parnaby

“I have always had an interest in the healing potential of the creative arts. Experience has taught me that they provide a positive way of expressing feelings, and can lead to individual awareness of the power of the imagination. My belief that there is a spiritual dimension to the human experience defines my practice. There is an endlessly dynamic interaction between my inner reality and my day to day life.”

https://instagram.com/bethcparnaby

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We have had an overwhelming response by artists to participate in the small works from a BIG PLACE exhibition – receiving in excess of 380 pieces of work [from 130+ artists]. From these 249 pieces were selected.

Artwork selection was based on theme, style and how work from different artists could be exhibited to compliment one another.

A minimum of 1 piece to a maximum of 3 from each artist has taken its place within the exhibition [see the online catalogue here]

This inaugural exhibition combines a variety of styles, themes and expertise – as was directed and outlined by artistic communities [of Macedon, Hepburn, Mount Alexander and Hepburn] in previous consultations.

A basic facility now exists for future shows and future exhibition themes may be up for discussion in 2019 – depending on what’s possible for us, moving forward.

The exhibition has so far successfully been placed at Riddells Creek Railway Station and Castlemaine Railway Station. The recent Community Gathering in Castlemaine attracted 100 + artists and supporters to celebrate the achievements of this project so far. This also provided a moment to acknowledge what’s possible for these communities now and looking forward, and how direct support makes a difference.

The next stop for the exhibition is Bendigo Railway Station, on show from 1st December to 10th December. Visit the exhibition and spread the word, with an emphasis on buying art to strengthen artists and our creative communities and enhance the ripple effect in this.

More information and links to share:
Project Media Release Article: https://www.popupart.com.au/find-your-art/
Project Information Page: https://www.popupart.com.au/small-works/
Artists Catalogue: https://www.popupart.com.au/artists/
Pop Up Art FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/popupart.jumpleads

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