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This webinar focuses on the various ways that artists can find and receive support in the quest of keeping an art practice alive. With over four decades of making a living
This webinar focuses on the various ways that artists can find and receive support in the quest of keeping an art practice alive.
With over four decades of making a living in the arts, Suzon Fuks talks about the kinds of diverse income streams that have enabled her to create and thrive. As well as talking about collections, acquisitions, sales, exhibitions and residencies, she discusses workshops, lectures, projects, co-productions.
Hear about in-kind support and ways to barter, and making money from future reimbursement, copyrights and royalties. Let Suzon’s networking strategies and philosophies for sustainability inspire your own approach.
Suzon Fuks is an artist who bridges art, science and the environment, using body-based practices, the moving image, photography and interactive technologies. Suzon was born in Brussels, and completed her Masters in Visual Arts at La Cambre (79–84).
She has been Co-Artistic Director of the Australian multi-arts organisation Igneous since its inception in 1997. Multi-award-winner, she also received the prestigious Australia Council for the Arts Fellowship and Copeland Fellowship. She initiated and founded the online platform Waterwheel, dedicated to water issues.
In 2015, she was a facilitator of the 30,000+ visitors to Marina Abramovic’s installation “In Residence” in Sydney. The National and Mitchell Libraries have acquired some of her documentary photographs. She has completed residencies in India, Indonesia, Denmark, Germany, France, USA and Chile.