Demystifying The Art Market

Demystifying The Art Market

Tuesday, April 4, 2017,
6:00PM to 9:00PM
$ 50.00 CAD
$ 40.00 CAD

This workshop is designed for artists interested in learning how to navigate the art market in Toronto. Space for this workshop is limited.

Juliana Zalucky will be leading this member's workshop covering topics such as: how commercial art galleries work; when to seek representation; best practices on approaching a commercial gallery; what to consider when drafting a submission; what to expect when working with a commercial gallery, as well as other opportunities for developing a market for your work. 

Instructor(s): 

Juliana Zalucky is the director and sole proprietor of Zalucky Contemporary, a commercial gallery which launched in November 2015 with a focus on presenting and promoting the work of emerging and mid-career artists. The gallery currently represents a small but expanding roster of artists practicing in an eclectic range of media. In its first year of programming the gallery has appeared on several “Must-See” lists, received press coverage and most notably was awarded the 2016 Gattuso Prize during the CONTACT Photography Festival for Lee Henderson’s exhibition Never Letting Us Take Breath. Juliana Zalucky holds a Master in Fine Arts from York University and a BA from the University of Toronto. She has over a decade of experience working in commercial and non-profit galleries, in addition to extensive volunteer work on multiple boards and committees.