Bursary: Helping Artist Make Work-East

Website: https://www.lexizeldastevens.com/overview/coaching-mentoring

Helping Artists Make Work – EAST, in association with Civic State & Hackney Wick Underground. Supported by Westfield East Bank Creative Futures Fund.

Coaching support for 25 artists and people working in the arts to help them navigate the challenges and impacts of the Covid-19 global pandemic on their work.

Each selected artist will receive a bursary to attend a course of five 75 minute coaching sessions from artist coach Lexi Zelda Stevens, in association with Civic State & Hackney Wick Underground and supported by Westfield Eastbank Creative Futures Fund.

Open to professional artists and people working in the arts in all artforms, who are outside of formal education living or working in Hackney, Tower Hamlets, Newham or Waltham Forest. Particularly those facing significant financial challenges, either pre-existing or as a direct result of the pandemic. Selected artists are asked to contribute the first £15 of coaching costs if they can, or they can receive a full Bursary if this is not possible.

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Expires: March 1, 2021


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