Guide to Independent Publishing

How to succeed as an independent publisher. Early bird offer ends 26 December

17 Feb 2018
11:00am - 5:00pm
The London EDITION (Room: Studio 1)
10 Berners Street
W1T 3NP London

This course is the second of a series of three on Creative Visionaries. This an essential full-day course for anyone seeking advice on bringing their print vision to life or wishing to expand their existing business by hearing from industry experts. These experienced publishers will cover everything from design and presentation, how to seek financial investment, business proposals, pricing, printing and distribution.

This practical course will equip attendees with knowledge of what skills are required and what obstacles to avoid, while providing an overview of the synergies that exist between running independent magazines and art book publishing.

Subjects will include:

  • How to increase your publication's shelf life
  • When to expect a return on your investment
  • How to grow your readership and your business 
  • Top tips from editors, publishers and distributors

Ticket Offers
Early Bird: Get £20 off. Limited availability. Ends 26 December. 
Full Series Offer: Save £100! Limited availability. Social Media for Art & Fashion; Guide to Independent Publishing; The Art of Creative Direction.

Speakers
Bryony Lloyd
is Sales Manager at Antenne Books. Established in London in 2010, Antenne Books distributes publications on art, photography, design, illustration, theory, writing, fashion and culture.AntenneBooks.com is both an online shop and living archive of the Antenne Books distribution catalogue, which features a wide selection of artist publications, photobooks, magazines, rare and out-of-print publications, monographs and more. Titles are available from leading photobook publishers Little Brown Mushroom, Libraryman, Pierre von Kleist, Patrick Frey, Archive of Modern Conflict, Bookshop M, Getsuyosha, Eyesencia and Osiris. Also available are titles from major artist book publishers Printed Matter, Primary Information and Karma and magazines from The Gourmand, Riposte, Wrap, Inventory, Noble Rot, Brownbook, Kaleidoscope and The Happy Reader.

Liv Siddall is a writer, editor and content producer who works across print, digital and radio. Formerly the Editor of Rough Trade Magazine and host of Rough Trade Radio, and also Online Editor and Features Editor at It’s Nice That, Siddall is now a freelance writer and a contributing editor of Riposte Magazine. She has written for countless independent publications and digital magazines.

Anna Starling joined frieze in 2000 and has been Publisher of the magazine since 2006. The magazine is one of the leading international titles for contemporary art and has increasingly strong multichannel approach across print and digital. The company has also recently started an internal creative solutions hub, Zapote Productions.

Steven Watson is the director of Stack, the subscription service for independent magazines. He hosts the weekly Stack magazines podcast, in which he speaks to independent magazine makers about the challenges and oppertunities they encounter, and he has taught masterclasses on independent publishing for organisations including the Guardian and The Design Museum.

More speakers to be announced soon.

Tickets
Tickets include lunch and coffee breaks, with a chance to engage in discussions with each of the speakers.

Creative Visionaries Series
27 Januray - Social Media for Art & Fashion
17 February - Guide to Independent Publishing
10 March - The Art of Creative Direction

Frieze Academy offers a number of complimentary bursary places on this course for the unwaged, students and pensioners. If you would like to apply, please send one paragraph explaining why you believe you qualify and why this specific course is of interest to academy@frieze.com. The application deadline is 3 February 2018 and successful applicants will be notified by 10 February.

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