Valuing Your Work Workshop for Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council

Free online workshop, 10am-12pm Thursday 4 June 2020 for Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council community, NSW.

NAVA's online Valuing Your Work 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.

You will also learn a bit about NAVA and be introduced to the Code of Practice for the Professional Australian Visual Arts, Craft and Design Sector. The Code is both a record and a benchmark of best practice across the contemporary arts including legal, ethical and financial business practices, as well as thorough arts industry guidelines.

Workshop Type: Interactive training workshop – delivered via Webinar 

Duration: 2 Hours

Investment: Free for artists within the Queanbeyan-Palerang region 

Access: Do you require access? What kind of access do you need? Please email with this information.

Workshop Facilitator: Justine Youssef, NAVA Professional Practice Coordinator

Using Webinar Platform: 

About the Workshop Facilitator

Justine Youssef is an artist working across multiple disciplines, including performance, video, scent and collaboration. The work is rooted in research into moments and places that allow her to reconfigure authoritative realities and move through questions surrounding neo-colonial rhetoric.

Youssef presented her first solo exhibition ‘All Blessings, All Curses’ at 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art in 2018, and was the recipient of the 2019 John Fries Award. This year she is participating in the Parramatta Artist Studios studio program while working at Pari, a grassroots art space on Darug Land.

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

NAVA acknowledges the traditional owners and custodians of the lands where this online event is being streamed and received, the Ngambri and Darug and peoples and others who traded on, travelled through and connected with these lands, 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.

Justine Youssef