After the success of our Business of Illustration Q&A at New Designers this year, we are pleased to announce that we are doing another panel discussion at London College of Communication on Monday 16th November. In collaboration with Own-it, a service of the University of Arts London(UAL) Careers and Employability, and the Association of Illustrators we have put together a panel consisting of a diverse range of experts to share their experiences and provide practical tips for illustration and animation students who want to start a freelance career. For Creative Enterprise Week, students from LCC, Central Saint Martins and Camberwell College of Arts will be given a unique insight into the various industry sectors that commission illustration and animation, the commissioning process, a basic understanding of contracts and the importance of protecting their copyright.
The Business of Illustration and Animation Q&A
4 - 5pm, Monday 16 November
Street Lecture Theatre, London College of Communication, Elephant & Castle
Chair Person: Derek Brazell – The Association of Illustrators Projects Manager, Varoom Publisher, writer and illustrator
Val Brathwaite - Design Director at Bloomsbury Publishing.
Bill Greenhead - Illustrator, animator and writer (represented by Illustration ltd).
Daniel Moorey - Head of Photography and Illustration at adamandeve DDB.
Matt Curtis - Art Director at Sunday Times Magazine.
Caroline Thomson - Director of Arena Illustration, SAA member agent, illustrator.
Andrew Coningsby - Managing Director of Début Art and Coningsby Gallery, SAA member agent, AOI chairperson.
Many thanks to all the panelists who have generously given their time to help at this event.
Creative Enterprise Week is free to all University of the Arts London students, graduates and staff - you can book your place at The Business of Illustration and Animation Q&A here.