Registration Now Open for MVS Marketing Seminar at MCP, October 6th

Registration has now opened for my upcoming marketing seminar in Minneapolis:

“Presenting Your Work to the Fine Art Community”
Saturday, October 6th, 1-5 p.m.
Held at the Minnesota Center for Photography

In this seminar, marketing expert Mary Virginia Swanson will provide insights into the most effective avenues for introducing your work to gallery and museum professionals. She will discuss the value of the national and international juried exhibitions, as well as portfolio review events such as FotoFest, Review Santa Fe, PhotoLucida, and key European festivals, as realistic avenues to industry professionals. Important gallery trade show such as AIPAID, Photo LA and Photo Miami will be discussed from the perspective of helping artists determine which dealers will be most appropriate for their work.

Effective self-promotion materials will be shared with participants, as well as insights into conducting research toward compiling an effective mailing list. Professional practices necessary to successfully present your work will be discussed, as well as “talking points” when given the opportunity to sign with a gallery for representation.

Each participant will receive a copy of Ms. Swanson’s book, The Business of Photography: Principles and Practices (2007) as the seminar workbook.”

Click here for more information on the 1/2 day seminar.

Fee: $55 for full time students, $60 for MCP Members, and $75 for all others.

To register, contact my Administrative Assistant, Beth Ledner at (520) 742 6311.
I hope to see you there!


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