Graduate Monthly: June Meet Up
7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Are you a recent visual arts graduate or emerging artist looking to meet other artists, find support to continue your practice and navigate the transition from studying to life after university?
Join us for the June Graduate Monthly meet up to find out more about how this peer led network can help you. At this meeting there’ll be an introduction to the aims of the project, an overview of collaborative projects the network have worked on since it started in 2017, as well as a chance to chat informally over drinks.
This is an open event, everyone is welcome to attend – tickets are on a donations / pay what you can basis – all proceeds go towards the overheads of the project.
ABOUT GRADUATE MONTHLY
As part of ONCA’s artist support programme we run a monthly meet up for graduate and emerging artists in partnership with Lorna Ough, curator of Maybe What Happens Now Is, and recent Brighton University graduate (Critical Fine Art Practice).
The aim of Graduate Monthly is to create an informal peer led network offering emerging artists the support and resources necessary to continue developing their creative practices in Brighton and Sussex. This can take the form of crits, reading groups, advice sessions, skill sharing and visiting speakers. Alongside the monthly meet-up there is also an online forum for sharing resources and continuing discussions.
Graduate Monthly takes place on the last Thursday of every month and is open to anyone currently based in Brighton and the surrounding areas that graduated from a visual art course in the last 5 years. Artists who haven’t undertaken formal academic training but are looking for support to develop their work and meet other like-minded creatives are also very welcome to attend.
To see past and upcoming Graduate Monthly events click here.
Please contact our Gallery Manager: ku.gr1560791966o.acn1560791966o@aid1560791966yl1560791966 or 01273 607101 if you have specific access requirements or questions.
Image credit: Ella Husbands, artwork by Tom Nicholson
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