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The Successful Artist?

Talk

21—23 June 2018

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Discover what defines a successful artist today, in this three-day series of free events.

One of the founding purposes of the RA was to establish and promote successful artists and their work, but what is the definition of “success” in the arts today? These sessions will explore views on success and discuss practical methods to promote individual creators and their work.

Events will include panel discussions, roundtables, a creative exchange and an artist manifesto workshop, with contributors including Head of RA Schools Eliza Bonham Carter, artist Yinka Shonibare MBE RA and artist-led organisation Auto Italia.

These events are proudly supported by Heritage Lottery Fund, as part of the new RA Collections programme.

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21—23 June 2018

Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts

Free