Do you have an area in your practice you need help with or would just like some advice on where to go next?
Artists can book a Help Desk session that will be held online. These Help Desks will be free of charge for Members and Non Members for the duration of the current crisis.
Help Desks can be on any topic related to your practice or about general advice on supports available to you at this time.
Feel free to send on some information to us to make the most of your session, such as images of your work, exhibition proposals, links to website, or any applications you are currently working on that you would like a second opinion on.
We will contact you in advance of the meeting with a link to the Zoom meeting and your scheduled time. If you would prefer talk over the phone or via Skype let us know.
20 minute Help Desk sessions are available to book on Friday 20th of August (10am – 2pm) and Friday 27th of August (2pm – 5pm).
Book a Help Desk with Shelly McDonnell (Advocacy & Advice).
Artists can book in for a 20 minute one-to-one appointment to discuss any aspects of their professional careers.
Topics we cover can include:
- Funding applications
- Social welfare
- Artist statements, bios and CVs
- Signposting to relevant arts organisations and contacts
- Strategic planning
- Tax and finance
- Website and social media
No Bookings Available? We hold these Help Desks three times per month but if you find the sessions are fully booked or the date doesn’t suit you, please feel free to contact our Help Desk by phone on 01 672 9488, Monday – Friday, 9.30am – 5.30pm or email email@example.com.
VAI DISCLAIMER: the information provided in this webinar/ clinic / helpdesk is general information only and does not constitute legal or commercial advice. No liability whatsoever is accepted by Visual Artists Ireland for any action taken in reliance on the information. Legal advice should always be sought from professionals on your personal situation or matters of a legal or financial nature.
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