How to Have a Sustainable Creative Career with Ceri Hand, 24 April

An online work­shop with cre­ative coach and men­tor Ceri Hand, sup­port­ing artists to make an impact and cre­ate sustainability.

Monday 24 April, 10am-12pm

In this session, we unpack the six key pillars that ensure a thriving creative practice:

Making, Refining, Sharing, Evaluating, Exhibiting, and Selling.

You will learn what it takes to be successful on your own terms, build champions, and earn money from doing what you love.

Who: This workshop is aimed at early career artists no longer in full time education, or mid career artists who are looking for support in refining and sustaining working practices.

Location: Online, booking essential (see link)

Price: These workshops are charged on a sliding scale to make them accessible to people with different levels of financial means. Our recommended donations based on income levels are below.

£0-10,000: £0.01

£10,000 - £12,500: £2.50

£12,500 - £15,000: £5

£15,000 - £17,500: £7.50

£17,500 - £20,000: £10

£20,000+ : £10+

50% of tickets for this event are reserved for Visual Artists in Bristol, Bath & North East Somerset, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire. This is because the programme is funded by West Of England Visual Arts Alliance (WEVAA).

If you are attending on behalf of an organisation and need to pay via invoice, or if you cannot pay £0.01 for at ticket, contact

About Ceri
Ceri Hand is a creative coach, mentor, public speaker and the founder of, supporting thousands of creatives to make an impact with their work and earn more money doing what they love. Prior to establishing Ceri Hand she was Director of Programmes for Somerset House, responsible for the exhibitions, live events, learning and skills programme across the whole historic site. She successfully helped to build its profile and brand, shaping its reputation as one of the UK’s top 10 most visited arts attractions (2.5million visitors annually). Ceri is currently on the board of Castlefield Gallery, Manchester and is an Independent Member of the Cymru yn Fenis Wales in Venice Advisory Committee 2020-2024.

This workshop is from Visual Arts South West's online skills programme, part of WEVAA - a programme of activity that aims to transform Bristol and the West of England into a place where the visual arts can thrive.