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Mentoring for Early-Career Creatives Working in Clay

A new mentoring opportunity supporting early-career creatives working in clay.

Closing date: 29 May 2022

British Ceramics Biennial Talent Development programme is delivering a mentorship opportunity during 2022. The mentoring programme is for early-career creatives working in clay who feel that they face barriers to progressing in their career and accessing a professional network in the field of contemporary ceramics.

The mentoring programme will support up to seven early-career artists between June–December 2022. The programme will provide 4-5 mentoring sessions, training and a network of peers.

The mentoring process involves the mentee asking for guidance around aspects of their work and professional practice. British Ceramics Biennial hope that through the programme mentees can strengthen their connections, and that they can create a supportive, career-enhancing opportunity.

They encourage applications from people who feel they face barriers, this may include: financial, ethnicity, education, social class, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, neurodiversity, if you have long term health condition/s or due to other protected characteristics.

Deadline: Midnight, May 29th, 2022

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British Ceramics Biennial
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