As we go into another unusual year... two years into the ongoing cluster-f that no one really saw coming and it seems like a long hard road ...that is never ending. But we have to keep learning, growing and improving. I have been incredibly blessed throughout my life to have had amazing jobs; (mostly) supportive, positive colleagues and now my own company with an outstanding team, who I am hugely grateful for every day; amazing clients, with whom we are able to create great o
In this article we will begin to explore some of the values that we as a team at T Projects share and bring to the table. First up is the importance of impartiality... On our webpages you can read that we are 'independent arts culture and creative placemaking consultants and producers'. The independent part of that statement is particularly important to us. The definition of independent is "free from outside control; not subject to another's authority...not depending on anoth
In this article we look at the relationship between artists and their representative gallery; what the expectations are from both parties and how you can get the most out of these relationships. A commercial gallery will most often approach artists, whose careers they have been following for some time, to join them. Usually there has been a rapport built up from attending the artist's exhibitions, other exhibitions or events, studio visits and portfolio presentations, artist'
In this top tip post, we will help with a much-maligned part of the public art concept development process: developing a budget. Although this task can seem daunting, boring or even down-right sleep inducing, it is a critical part of your concept development and can assist to push your creative ideas forward. It’s also good to remember that a well thought through budget could just be the thing that separates you from your competitors and lands you the gig. You will often see
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