New Creative Markets: News

The New Creative Markets Programme at Photofusion is a professional development programme designed to help artists, designers and photographers increase the sales of their work and achieve greater sustainability. Here’s the latest update from the programme…

As the clocks go back signalling the official end to British Summer Time, New Creative Markets and our participants are as busy as ever with Open Studios, Solo and Group Shows, Kickstarter campaigns and more.

This month we talk to Laura Pannack, a photographer who joined the New Creative Markets programme with Photofusion. Laura is a London based photographer who focuses on social documentary and portraiture, seeking to explore the complex relationship between subject and photographer.

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How important is it to take care of the digital side of your creative business?

Whether visual artist, designer, designer maker, photographer or filmmaker every a creative sole trader or SME will have important digital files that need to protected and backed up properly should disaster strike.

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Hokolo, Alfred & Wilde and Anna Dent are all taking part in Renegade Craft Fair, Rose Sharp Designs and Hokolo are at Made in Clerkenwell Winter Open Studios and Stephanie Ray and Ute Decker are showing as part of Cockpit Christmas Open Studios.

Wendy Elia is showing in the group show Contemporary British Painting at the Huddersfield Art Gallery, 1 Nov 2014 – 31 Mar 2015

Chila Burman’s solo show Self-Portraits – This is Not Me is at The Cookhouse Gallery from 4 – 8 Nov (PV 3 Nov).

Anne Krinsky is running a Kickstarter campaign for An Art Project Celebrating the Women’s Art Library at Goldsmiths College. Support her fantastic project here before it ends on the 13 Nov.

Elena Garcia de la Fuente, Freya Pocklington and Julia Hamilton are in the group show Discerning Eye Exhibition at Mall Galleries, 13 Nov.

Emma Douglas is in group show Small is Beautiful at Flower’s Gallery, New York, 21 Nov – 27 Dec.

Pandora Vaughan is working on a project with Maindee Festival Association. They just received news of their successful Arts Council bid totally £365,000 for a three year programme of events and exhibition!

Karen David’s solo show Pure Reason Tint of Violet opens at Vitrine on 25 Nov and runs until 18 Jan 2015. 

Valerie Bennet has her portrait of Roz Barr in the Taylor Wessing exhibition opening on the 13th November.