Online crit structure and timings

When structuring an online crit decide on whether the you want a one-off session to introduce as many artists to each other as possible, or repeat sessions that allow for more in-depth feedback.

Considering these questions will help you decide on a structure that will suit your needs.

  • How long will your crit last? (We’d suggest no longer than an hour without a break!)
  • How frequently will they take place?
  • How many people will participate?
  • How many people will present their work?
  • How long will they have to present and to get feedback?
  • What feedback models will you use?

Also see our crit models for more ideas of different crit structures and read the articles from 12ø collective and Chloe Cooper for more artists perspectives on this.


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