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  • 1. Welcome The 2nd Annual General Meeting of South London Women Artists Participation, Participation. Participation Monday 28 June
  • 2. Agenda for the evening
    • Welcome
    • How we started
    • What SLWA has achieved since June 2009
    • Who are we?
    • Personal success stories
    • Where does SLWA go next?
    • Who will help us?
  • 3. Tell us your agenda for the AGM
    • In groups:
    • 30 second introductions
    • What would you like to get out of this evening
        • Know more about
        • Have talked about
        • Have done?
  • 4. What SLWA has achieved since 06.09
    • Bankside
    • Critiques, Life Drawing, Visits
    • Dulwich exhibitions
    • Dulwich Open House
    • PPD
    • Website
  • 5. Bankside Highlights
    • Great profile - “Bankside was a great showcase”
    • Great participation - 17 members working co-operatively
    • Great development – we learned from each other and shared specialist knowledge
    • Great sales – X works sold for £10, 908
    • Join us – Frieze Art Fair 15 October
    • Help with the next Great Show
  • 6. What SLWA has achieved since 06.09
    • Bankside
    • Critiques, Life Drawing, Visits
    • Dulwich exhibitions
    • Dulwich Open House
    • PPD
    • Website
  • 7. Members events
    • Critiques – One - 7 people came
    • Life drawing - One – 4 people came
    • Socials/Visits
        • Gerhard Richter @Portraits@ NPG (26)
        • The ABSRACT AMERICA, Saatchi Gallery (15)
        • Anish Kapoor, RA (10)
        • Mat Collishaw, Tracey Emin & Paula Rego Foundling (12)
        • Next social, 25 July to the New Hall Collection of Women’s Art, Cambridge.
  • 8. Dulwich exhibitions
    • October 2009
        • 27 artists
        • 5 sales
    • March 2010 – Southwark’s Celebrating Women Month
        • 62 artists
        • 3 sales
        • £500 Grant
    • Schools programme
        • October 2009: 2 junior and one senior school
        • March 2010: one senior school, created schools pack
    • Dulwich Open House
        • 33 artists
  • 9. Personal Professional Development
    • Aim – increase professionalism in presenting and marketing ourselves and our work
    • 8 Sessions
    • Top speakers
  • 10. PPD Speakers
    • Sophie Mahir of Aleptis ( Business coach) 2 sessions
    • Althea Greenan (The Women Artists Library Collection, Goldsmiths)
    • Angela Scultz (SLWA member artist, visiting lecturer at CSM)
    • Edward Birch ( Art consultant , vacating Director of SAF and ex Arts Council)
    • Matt Roberts (Art consultant specialising in professional development for artists)
    • Christian Zimmermann (Design and Artists Copyright Society)
    • Rebecca Fortnum (Reader at Camberwell college of Art, author of Contemporary British Women Artists in Their Own Words)
  • 11. Some of what Laura learnt
    • To make tough decisions – changed work routine, gained studio time, set goals
    • Reflect on the creative process and love of what I do
    • How funding decisions are made
    • How to network – I have gained several advocates
    • How selection panels work – what selectors think
    • How to present my work and myself
    • I have a strategy for which exhibitions I submit to .
  • 12. Personal Professional Development
    • Cost £5  a session
    • Attendance 120 tickets sold for the series
        • Maximum 24, minimum 11 , usual 15
    • Just broke even with a grant from  Southwark
    • Why so few? What would get you to attend?
    • From October 2010 - new series Artists Talking, use today to help us plan it.
  • 13. Agenda for the evening
    • Welcome
    • How we started
    • What SLWA has achieved since June 2009
    • Who are we?
    • Personal success stories
    • Where does SLWA go next?
    • Who will help us?
  • 14. Who are we?
    • Treasurers report
    • Membership
    • Part of the British Library’s Women’s Issues Research Collection
    • Publicising ourselves
    • People taking part
  • 15. SLWA Accounts to June 2010 Item Income Costs Surplus (Deficit) Grants Total Surplus (Deficit) GENERAL ACCOUNT 1,004 274 730 730 DULWICH LIBRARY 828 561 267 660 927 PPD 694 1,160 (466) 435 (31) BANKSIDE 8,940 7,939 1,001 1,000 2,001 GRAND TOTALS 11,466 9,934 1,532 2,095 3,627
  • 16. SLWA Accounts to June 2010 Item Income Costs Surplus (Deficit) Grants Total Surplus (Deficit) GENERAL ACCOUNT Start up costs 274 Members subscriptions 1000 Bank interest 4 General total 1004 274 730 730
  • 17. SLWA Accounts to June 2010 Item Income Costs Surplus (Deficit) Grants Total Surplus (Deficit) DULWICH LIBRARY March 2009 255 215 40 160 200 October 2009 208 108 100 100 March 2010 365 238 127 500 627 Total for Dulwich library 828 561 267 660 927
  • 18. SLWA Accounts to June 2010 Item Income Costs Surplus (Deficit) Grants Total Surplus (Deficit) PPD Grant 435 Sessions 674 1,160 (466) Laura’s fee for speaking for SAF 20 Total for PPD 694 1,160 (466) 435 (31)
  • 19. SLWA Accounts to June 2010 Item Income Costs Surplus (Deficit) Grants Total Surplus (Deficit) BANKSIDE EXHIBITION Grant from sponsor 1,000 136 Submission fees 8,040 Other income 900 Gallery hire 5,863 Other costs 2,076 Total for Bankside 8,940 7,939 1,001 1,000 2,001
  • 20. Member’s opportunities
    • 3 Membership
      • Any female artist living or working in South London may apply to the SLWA through their website to become a member of the Organisation. Members shall have the following opportunities:
        • To participate in communal activities such as those mentioned in clause 2 above
        • To have their work displayed on the SLWA website
        • To vote at meetings of the Organisation
  • 21. Member’s commitment
      • Members are expected to take part in at least one of the communal activities described in clause 2 (i) (b) above each year
      • 2 (i) (b) Organising and promoting artist-led projects and communal activities such as exhibitions of members’ works, group workshops, group visits and other such communal activities
  • 22. Participation –number of people
  • 23. Renewing your membership
    • £10
    • Tonight
    • By post to Patsy
            • Patsy Whiting SLWA Membership Secretary Shelthorpe Lodge 6 Chestnuts Close Sutton Bonington Leicestershire LE12 5RJ
    • By Bank Transfer to SLWA
        • Account title South London Women Artists, sort code 089299, account no. 65346136, plus your FULL NAME
  • 24. Take part – a full role or a job share
    • Officers – job share
    • Website team – next session
    • Publicity team– next session
    • Fundraiser: Open exhibitions contact – Jenny
    • Exhibitions teams – Leonie
    • Members activities teams – Leonie
    • Genre groups – next session
    • Writers, organisers, web aware people
  • 25. Agenda for the evening
    • Welcome
    • How we started
    • What SLWA has achieved since June 2009
    • Who are we?
    • Personal success stories
    • Where does SLWA go next?
    • Who will help us?
  • 26. Where does SLWA go next?
    • Major Exhibition
    • When? Where? Open or selected? Inclusive price? Other ideas?
    • Member’s activities
    • Critiques, Life drawing, Others
    • Exhibitions
    • Dulwich Library, School Programme, DOH, empty shops, art fairs
    • Website team
    • Artists talking
    • Publicity Team
    • Genre groups
  • 27. A second strap line
    • www.southlondonwomenartists.co.uk  an inspirational portfolio of talented artists: discover, decide and buy
    • South London Women Artists: a
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    • Use in your publicity, add to your emails
  • 28.