Q-Art Crit 71 @ Mall Galleries 9 Jan 2019 3-6pm

Mall Galleries, The Mall, London, SW1

Q-Art is collaborating with Mall Galleries’ FBA Futures to facilitate a crit that brings together FBA Futures Artists with other student and graduate artists. You are invited to come and take part in the discussion.

There are two opportunities to present work at this event. If you would like to present work for feedback from the attending audience please email [email protected]

For tips on getting the most out of a crit, take a look at Q-Art’s pocket guide or commissioned artist’s video Art Crits: 20 Questions

Free, Q-Art welcome donations on the door

Booking via Eventbrite

How to: Q-Art on Artquest

For some the crit can be a source of great anxiety, but it doesn’t have to be this way. In this Artquest feature, Sarah gives tips on how to turn a crit to your advantage and really make the most of what can be an extremely useful tool for gaining feedback and developing work. If you plan well and play it right you can capitalise on the wealth of information available from peers and fellow practitioners, and create a valuable support network.

Sarah also offers an insight into the sometimes challenging task of analysing an artwork, and talks about the importance of the role of facilitator in a crit.


Click here to read Sarah’s tips on ‘getting the most out of a crit’ as part of Artquest’s ‘How To…’ feature on the subject of peer mentoring.



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