Valuing Your Work

Free workshop, 5.30 - 7.30pm Thursday 8 August 2019 at Maitland Regional Art Gallery, Hunter Region NSW

This workshop covers the fundamental principles in valuing and pricing your artwork. We will cover best practice standards in pricing structures, payment schedules and artists' rights in this interactive workshop focused on building professional practice and sustainable careers for Australian artists.


Location: Maitland Regional Art Gallery

Date: Thursday 8 August

Time: 5.30pm - 7.30pm

About the workshop facilitator

Georgia Mokak is a proud Djugun woman from Broome, grew up on Ngunnawal and Ngambri Country in Canberra, and based on Gadigal and Wangal Country in Sydney. Georgia is NAVA's First Nations Engagement Coordinator and is committed to developing safe and accessible spaces and resources, and to challenge the existing ideas around First Nations art and artists. She is a presenter of Race Matters on FBi Radio, a weekly talk show and podcast covering race, culture and representation across arts, politics and news. Georgia is also an Indigenous Artist Educator at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) and a freelance writer, producer and curator. She has previously worked for Sydney Festival, Performance Space, Solid Ground, Carriageworks, Force Majeure, NGA, and NITV, and has a double degree in Art History and Curatorship/Arts (Indigenous Studies) from ANU. 

This is one of two free workshops available in the Hunter. If you are interested in attending a session on Grant Writing, at Newcastle Art Gallery, please register via the following link.

This project is supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW.

NAVA acknowledges the traditional owners and custodians of the land where this event is taking place, the Wonnarua People and others who traded on, travelled through and connected with this land, and continue to do so. We recognise all Custodians of Country throughout all lands, waters and territories. We pay our respects to the Elders past, present and emerging. Sovereignty was never ceded.