Engage is pleased to be taking part in Easel’s 2019 Careers in the Arts Industry fair.
The fair showcases the broad and diverse range of jobs and opportunities in the art industry. The event is a chance to speak to professionals, ask for advice, find inspiration and think of your next steps.
Through a series of carefully curated panel discussions and an array of businesses, institutions, charities and start-ups on offer, Easel aims to represent the art world’s ecosystem.
Easel wants attendees to feel inspired to explore opportunities in the art industry and encouraged to speak to those that work in it.
Panel Discussions will explore the nuts and bolts of the art world, how to start an art business and what the future of the art industry looks like.
Alongside Engage, over 40 industry leaders will be representing auction houses, art publishing, charities, commercial galleries, digital technologies, finance, higher education, law, museums and much more.
Outline of Timings:
10.30: Briefing for Exhibitors
10.45: Fair opens to students
11.00: Welcome from Charlotte
11.15: Panel Discussion: Breaking into the Art Industry, Chaired by Hettie Judah, Journalist and Critic
12.30: 15 minute talk ‘Know your Rights’, Charles Russell Speechlys
13.00: Panel Discussion: The Art World Ecosystem, Chaired by Sophie Macpherson, Director of Sophie Macpherson Ltd
15.00: Panel Discussion: The Future of the Art Industry, Chaired by Tom Best, Director of The Auction Collective and Easel Trustee
16.00: Closing Remarks form Easel
16.30: Auction Workshop
16.30 onwards: Drinks and Canapés
Exhibitors and Speakers include:
A New Direction/ Create Jobs, Art UK, Apollo Magazine, Art History Abroad, Charles Russell Speechlys, Christie’s, Christie’s Education, Damien Hirst studio, Engage, the National Association for Gallery Education, Fine Art Group, Frame Factory, Hauser and Wirth, Lazarides Gallery, Lyon & Turnbull, Museum Detox, Paul Mellon Centre, Queen’s Fine Art, Sotheby’s, Sotheby’s Institute, Tagsmart, Tate Ward, The Auction Collective, The Courtauld Institute, The Wallace Collection, Two Temple Place, Victoria Miro, White Cube