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Consultancy: Print Sales Feasibility Study

The Northern Photography Consortium (NPC) is a group of 6 organisations funded by Arts Council England’s Catalyst programme: Impressions Gallery, Open Eye Gallery, Amber Side, Redeye, Look Festival and North East Photography Network. A key aim of the Catalyst programme is to support arts organisations to diversify their income streams and to build robust business models.

Three of these organisations, Impressions Gallery, Open Eye Gallery and Redeye: The Photography Network, wish to capitalise on their directional influence and knowledge of contemporary photography to explore the possibility of establishing a print sales business of original, limited edition photographs whose profits would support public programmes of the participating organisations. This group of three partners is seeking to appoint a consultant who can provide comprehensive research into establishing this print sales business.

Note that the successful candidate must have a substantial knowledge and operational experience of the photographic print or broader fine art sales market in the UK. This research is to be submitted by the end of November 2014.

For further information please see the attached pdf document or contact Anna Taylor |anna@redeye.org.uk

Deadline: 15 September 2014 at 12.00 noon

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