These sessions are aimed at artists and creative practitioners looking to diversify their practice and income. This programme aims to develop and teach you how to adapt your artistic visual practice into a series or model of workshops and courses to deliver to students of all ages in an engaging and interactive format.
They are particularly interested in inviting artists who would like to know how to teach on our creative courses as we are always interested in adding new tutors and new creative experiences for our participants. The course will take place at dot-art gallery from 6 -7pm on Wednesday evenings.
The programme will cover:
1.Adapting your practice into a teachable format
2.Structuring and marketing your class or course
3.The Health & Safety, safeguarding and insurance side of things
4.Setting rates and or tickets prices
5. How to adapt and evaluate your class or course
Tutor: Claire Henderson
Claire Henderson is the current Gallery Manager at dot-art overseeing the running of our dot-art courses and the membership of dot-art Artists. Before coming to dot-art, Claire worked in learning teams at Tate Liverpool and Liverpool Biennial developing programmes of activity with artists to deliver to all ages from the general public to schools and as a freelance practitioner delivering creative workshops and Arts Award. Claire graduated with BA Hons in Fine Art from Liverpool Hope University in 2019.
1st, 8th and 15th November
14 Queen Avenue,
Materials you will need to bring:
Pen and Pad for notetaking