The mentorships below offer folks a one on one intensive experience to get to the kernel of their exact interests and goals. Various mentorships and lengths are available depending on your interest. Mentorships take place in the form of meetings over the computer.
Mentorships are offered for the following lengths of time:
*1 year (meet once a month)
*6 Months (meet twice a month)
*3 Months (meet twice a month)
*1 Month (meet once a week)
Depending on what, and how long a mentorship would best support you, will inform how long sessions are and how much. To give a baseline, most mentorships are $70/hr, however, similar to courses offered, I offer a sliding scale.
Take a look below at what matches your interests:
Editing an ongoing project
This mentorship guides artists who are in the beginning, middle or towards the end of a project that is ongoing and are in need of support in editing images to create a more realized, consistent body of work. Editing your own work can be challenging and this mentorship will provide participants with an objective and knowledgable perspective to support them in understanding how and when to edit.
Conceptualizing your work
This mentorship is great for artists who are intermediate and would like to dive deeper into the conceptual aspects of their art practice. Participants will learn how to implement research into their art making and will read about the history and contemporary nature of art to build a more robust understanding of how what they are making sits within the context of art.
Writing an Artist Statement
During this mentorship, students will learn how to write about their work by writing artist statements. Artist statements are a necessary component of being an artist and are helpful for others to understand the nature of your work and your interests as an artist. Writing artist statements will not only provide onlookers with something to read when looking at your work, but will also provide you with a greater understanding about your work and why you make it.
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