Free 1:1 mentoring for artists in Leeds, UK

Deadline: 15/07/2022  |  Published: 27/06/2022  |  Venue: Armley Community Hub and Library  |  City: Leeds  |  Region: West Yorkshire  |  Country: United Kingdom  |  Louise Atkinson

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The Highrise Project are providing free creative 1:1 sessions for artists and photographers based in Leeds, UK. The sessions take place at Armley Community Hub and Library on Tuesdays between 10.30am - 3.30pm.

Mentoring is open to people at all stages of their visual arts journey, and includes art making tutorials, tips on curating exhibitions, running workshops, applying for funding, social media, websites, producing publications, working with researchers, becoming self employed, and lots more.

The Highrise Project is run by Louise Atkinson (PhD Fine Art) and Victoria Kortekaas (BA Visual Communications). Louise also has her own visual arts practice as well as running the online arts platform, CuratorSpace. Victoria specialises in photography and artist publications. 

Mentoring is provided as part of our ongoing plans to develop a creative cohort in Armley, Leeds and we are keen to hear from people who are interested in being more involved in this, as well as those who just want to access support. Alongside the mentoring, we also provide access to free arts materials and space to try out new techniques. 

Find out more at https://www.thehighriseproject.co.uk/collective

*We aim to work with anyone in Leeds who applies, so the application is just to get an idea of what you do and the support you need, rather than a selection process. That said, if the form is inaccessible, please message us with your details using the Contact Curator tab.

 

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Who is eligible for this opportunity?
Artists and photographers at all levels, based in Leeds
When is the deadline?
15th July
How much does it cost?
It's completely free
Does the location have disabled access?
There is a lift and ramp access

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