Southwark Arts Forum arranges affordable sessions to help artists, art collectives and other creative practioners to grow in their professional development. By arranging individual or small group advice surgeries we can help you focus on the issues that matter to you such as funding, project development, business support or personal development. Our expertise goes across all artistic mediums from visual, audio and performing arts to community projects and commissions.
Previous sessions have, for example, helped the participants to define their project ideas, discussed different funding resources, looked at the latest social media outlets for audience development purposes or simply given guidance on effective CV writing.
The advice sessions are informal and take place during weekdays in the London borough of Southwark.
Prices start from £25 for one-to-one sessions and £10 per person for small group sessions. We also welcome enquiries on tailored advice surgeries for larger groups.
For further information visithttp://www.southwarkartsforum.org/index.php?pagename=Professional_Development or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Southwark Arts Forum
Southwark Arts Forum (SAF) is a leading arts charity which has been supporting artists and creative industries in South London since 1987. With more than 3,500 members, from visual artists and musicians to community groups, theatres and local businesses. Southwark Arts Forum provides support and information to artists and arts organisations to help them excel and have an impact on their community. Southwark Arts Forum is a registered charity and receives funding from its local authority and support through private donations, sponsors and membership.
We offer advice on:
General funding resources
Trusts and foundations
Supported brainstorming sessions (blue sky thinking)
Collective project advancement sessions (working through an idea with other arts professionals/artists)
Marketing and audience development
Space hire information (exhibition spaces, studios)
Help with finding an appropriate mentor/ support
Jobs search information
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