I LIKE YOUR WORK STUDIO PLANNER
OBSERVATIONS ON APPLYING TO JURIED SHOWS
PRINTABLE STUDIO PLANNER
This planner was made for artists and creatives by an artist. I actually created this for myself to maximize studio time years ago with a notebook and duck tape, no joke! As creatives, we can always use more time. More time in the studio, more time writing, more time creating what we do. This planner is a way to help you get the most out of your day. When you properly structure your studio session you will save hidden minutes that can be used for making and creating. That is what this planner does, provide space to think, plan and organize your thoughts to maximize your time in the studio.
You can print this planner out on 8.5" x 11" paper and put it in your favorite binder or folder!
-Includes 5 sections to help organize your studio session from studio objectives, materials used, thumbnails and notes to remember what you want to start on next time!
-Five additional sections to organize all the information that comes in from artist contacts, title ideas, curatorial ideas, and resources! There is a place to record it AND remember where you wrote it!
-Includes a high-res printable .PDF formats for hassle-free print-and-go!
-Intro helps go over how to use the planner to get the most out of it and get the most out of your time!
I have spent years applying to Open Calls, sometimes having work accepted and other times not. Over the past few years, I have served as a juror for various spaces and publications.
I've juried for biennials, publications, awards, non-profit spaces, colleges and, of course, I Like Your Work. It's been a journey being behind the scenes and I have learned some dos and don'ts that I wish I would have known at the start. It would have made the process less daunting and less mysterious.
The tips and observations I've included are from my personal experience and from what I've learned from other artists and jurors. These observations are meant to help you as you approach new opportunities and make the most of them.
-Includes information that addresses fees, working with various spaces and curators
-Advice and observations regarding your application material such as images, cv and artist statement.
-Your work, website and how your social media impacts or does NOT impact you.
-What do Open Calls REALLY provide for artists and how to make them work for you.
-After purchasing you will receive a download link and email ink that includes a high-res printable .PDF for hassle-free printing or save it!