PEER FORUM at The Photographers’ Gallery 2019

Website: https://www.artquest.org.uk/project/peer-forum-2019/

We are now accepting applications for Artquest’s Peer Mentoring programme at The Photographers’ Gallery (TPG). The Peer Mentoring programme links with TPG’s commitment to supporting photographers by offering a space and platform for professional development. The opportunity would be best suited to emerging, rather than established, artists working with either digital or analogue photography in any genre. As well as providing a space in the Eranda Studio at The Photographers’ Gallery, where the Peer Forum meetings will take place, the selected artists/groups will receive an all-inclusive award of £1,800 to run 6 peer mentoring sessions over a 6 month period.

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Expires: May 5, 2019


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