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65. uk (PDQ membership deal) Exhibiting your artwork and products is an important first step in introducing your work to a wider audience and attracting critical acclaim. There are plenty of online galleries where you can build a presence. However, hosting a show in a venue can be costly. In the early years, hiring galleries can be very tempting, but if you are unable to invite several hundred people then it could be a waste of money. Start by exhibiting in places where there will be minimum outlay, such as restaurants or country house hotels.
77. How do I negotiate a deal? 78. When negotiating, what else is there to consider? 79. What are the benefits of part-time employment? 80. Should I invest in a pension? 81. Am I entitled to a grant? 82. How do I apply for a loan? 83. What is a credit union? 84. What if I have little money coming in? 85. What if I have no money coming in? 86. What happens if I get into debt? 87. So what is profit? 88. How is tax calculated? 89. So what is National Insurance? 90. What is an invoice? 91. How do I get paid?
Chapter 7 gives a more detailed overview of art and design fairs. There are a number of ways to gain representation by an agent or dealer. 1. Word of mouth recommendation. 2. Winning a major award. 3. Gaining media exposure. 4. Making a direct approach. 5. By your work being spotted at a degree show, art fair or trade show. Being talent-spotted at degree shows and fairs still happens occasionally, but do not rely on it. It is important to bear in mind that the demand for representation from illustrators, photographers, applied and visual artists is far greater than can be supplied.
A Pocket Business Guide for Artists & Designers: 100 Things You Need to Know by Alison Branagan