Are you an artist, a curator or simply interested in working in visual arts?
City, University of London’s Business of the Visual Arts short course provides an understanding of the day-to-day management of an artist studio or a commercial gallery.
By learning how to manage an art gallery, you’ll also gain essential knowledge to unpack complex subjects, in relation to the art market, business planning, marketing and copyright.
The visual arts course is delivered over 10 weekly evening classes. It will be led by professional art and gallery consultant - with experience curating major projects at the British Museum and the Tate Art Gallery.
Your classroom learning will be combined with a visit to an alternative gallery space and an artist’s studio to develop your knowledge in real-world situations.
Who is it for?
Our Business of the Visual Arts evening course is designed for artists who would like to upskill, new or potential gallery owners and individuals interested in working in the visual arts and gallery context.
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This course takes place every Tuesday at 18.30 for 10 weeks.
City Short Courses follow the academic year, delivering courses over three terms. These include:
- Autumn - October
- Spring - January
- Summer - April
- Taught part-time across 10-weekly evening sessions – ideal for working professionals
- Accessible, online classes with digital learning materials
- Led by an experienced curator, with experience working for the British Museum, the Tate Art Gallery and Museum of Modern Art in New York.