Credit is back this Saturday afternoon at Tate Modern as part of SALE, Central Saint Martin’s pop-up at Tate Exchange.
2.30pm - 4.30pm: Town Hall Meeting: an open meeting for guest speakers + audience discussing challenges that emerging artists, galleries and art spaces face in today’s art market— a collective brainstorm for solutions.
12-6pm: Make Deck, Shuffle Deck: Workshopping towards a map of the art world through Pokémon style card making.
12-6pm: Players and Makers: ARtCH Collective (Central Saint Martins) present their investigations into the transition from art school into the professional art field.
CREDIT at SALE
Tate Modern / Tate Exchange / Blavatnik Building, Level 5
Saturday 18 January, 12-6pm
A collaboration between Modern Forms and Central Saint Martins (Art and Culture & Enterprise Programmes) with support from Art Review and Kingston University.
Saturday 30 November 2019,
9.30am – 5pm
LVMH E002, Central Saint Martins
Granary Building, 1 Granary Square
King’s Cross, London, N1C 4AA
Credit is a new project designed to investigate and mitigate the intensifying commercial and economic pressures faced by emerging galleries and arts organisations.
The conditions created by rising living and business costs, the concentration of capital at the top of the art market, the art market’s integration into the global financial system are rapidly changing both how art and artists operate.
We’re interested in emerging economies and ecologies that can positively impact the way art is made, bought and sold and help sustain a flourishing and broadly accessible art scene.
Credit launches with a one-day symposium on Saturday 30th November, held at Central Saint Martins in London. The event is free and open to the public. To book free tickets for the event, please click here.
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10:00–10:15 Intro: Nick Hackworth and Alison Green
10:15–10:45 Who gets paid? What for? And what's the problem? Alexander Branczik, Darren Flook, Raju Rage, Will Jarvis, White Pube and Poppy Moroney, chaired by Alex Schady and Alison Green
12:15–12:45 Players and Makers presentation by ARtCH, a project from MA Culture, Criticism and Curation, Central Saint Martins
13:45–14:20 Promises and Realities of digital technologies Tsila Hassine, Christopher Kulendran Thomas, Aleksandra Artamonovskaja and Samuel Capps, chaired by Lee Weinberg
15:00–15:15 Short break
15:15–15:50 Alternative models for art Roman Vasseur, Sarah Elson, Paul Hedge and Mary Evans, chaired by Stephanie Dieckvoss
16:30–16:45 Closing notes.
Tickets are free. Booking essential