What is peer mentoring?

Similar to the crits that you might have experienced if you went to art college, a peer mentoring group is a regular gathering of practitioners who support each other by discussing their practices, the state of their careers, or other professional or cultural developments.

Peer mentoring workshop at the ICA

Peer mentoring workshop at the ICA

Artquest’s Peer Forum programme supports artists peer mentoring groups.  There are also a number of open crit groups around London where you can go for feedback on your work.

In the interviews below artists talk about their experiences of peer mentoring specifically through Artquest’s Peer Forum programme.

In the following interview and video, Sarah Rowles of Q-Art introduces the art crit




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