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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.

Pricing Your Art Workshop at DVSA


Drawing Painting Pottery & ceramics Sculpture & installation Visual arts
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Dundas Valley School of Art

21 Ogilvie Street

Dundas, ON



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral washrooms.


2A100 *NEW* Pricing Your Art

Andrea Jackman, B.A., M.A.

Monday: September 25 (1 day) 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Whether you’re a beginner artist or a seasoned vet, pricing your artwork to ensure a sale can be a challenge. Set too low a price and you could be misrepresenting yourself – too high and your artwork starts piling up in the studio. What’s the ideal balance? This workshop with curator Andrea Jackman of Earls Court Gallery will share best practices and tips for pricing your art. The format will be an initial presentation of information followed by a group discussion driven by your questions. FREE. Advanced Registration required.

Registration link coming soon!


Dundas Valley School of Art


Dundas Valley School of Art (DVSA) is recognized as a leader in fostering change, growth and transformation in communities through the visual arts


DVSA nurtures and supports creativity in the visual arts for learners of all ages and abilities by:

-Offering studio instruction on-site and online,

-Developing and delivering programs that provide free art experiences (instruction, education, participation) to members of communities who may be marginalized due to any barriers including financial, physical, intellectual or social limitations,

-Providing professional advice and support to organizations regionally, provincially and nationally, and

-Championing artists through opportunities for learning, teaching, exhibiting and selling their work, and enabling a creative and supportive community.


DVSA is committed to a creative culture where we can be our best selves, supporting one another and making a difference to the individuals and communities we serve.

-We are respectful in our interactions with others.

-We are inclusive, creating space in the visual arts for voices that have been marginalized.

-We are innovative, inspiring creative ideas and solutions.

-We are collaborative, knowing we are stronger together.