Chameleon Art Projects in collaboration with 1 Shanti Road presents one of the first Artist Management Workshops in Mumbai, “The Middle Tone” by Kanchi Mehta 28th July 2012
A workshop for young and emerging artists to understand the art world and the various opportunities it offers to an artist.
The artist is the most important element within the art community. It is crucial for the artist to evaluate the options and boundaries that this industry has to offer to empower themselves.
This workshop enables the emerging artist to gain an insight into the various possibilities of strengthening their practice, as well as methods of approaching galleries, institutions, curators, residencies etc.
For registration and further information, please go to www.chameleonartprojects.com / firstname.lastname@example.org For registration please email email@example.com
Venue – 1 Shantiroad, Shantinagar, Bangalore 560027 www.1shantiroad.com
Session 1 2 -‐ 4 pm Slide show + Talk
Session 2 4:30 – 6 pm Slide show + Talk
- Introduction to the art world
- The 5 Elements of the art world
- The role of the Artist -‐ In India and Internationally
- The Career of an artist – the growth and path, limits and possibilities
- Role of the curator, gallery and collector for an artist
REGISTRATION – RS 750 -‐ LIMITED SEATING AVAILABLE
- Artistic practice and medium
- Conceptual + New Media art today
- Demand and Supply of art
- The Art Market in India
- Expectations of an artist
- Expectations of the market from an artist
- Public Projects
This is a project initiated by Chameleon Art Projects for 1 Shantiroad. All rights reserved
Chameleon Art Projects is an initiative to encourage artistic practices across the globe through curated exhibitions, residencies, publications and artist management.
Kanchi Mehta, the Founder and Chief Curator of The Chameleon is an artist, with a Bachelors degree in Painting from Sir J.J. School of Art, Mumbai. After her Masters in the History and Connoisseurship in Art from Christie’s Education, New York in 2005, she dedicated the next six years into understanding the art market by working integrally with prominent galleries, fairs, artists, biennales, curators and collectors across the world.
The Chameleon was established in 2005, where all her projects were archived under one name, however, in November 2011, The Chameleon came into the forefront converging all her experiences to empower the artistic community with an aim to establish stronger foundations for the young and experimental artists.
With a strong international program, The Chameleon has collaborated with several galleries, curators, residencies and publications across the world to encourage inter-‐cultural exposure to emerging artists.