Mentoring Workshop – Creative Frame

  • Location: The Dock, Carrick-on-Shannon
  • Date: Wednesday March 4th

Cost: 0.00

Have you ever thought that you would benefit from having a mentor?

No matter what stage of your career you may be at a mentor can help you to develop your artistic practice, provide an objective critique and feedback on your work, or help you to work through a specific idea. Mentoring can be very broad, relating to your long-term goals or very specific, relating directly to special projects, growing your professional network, working internationally or expanding your business or marketing skills.

To introduce Creative Frame members to the practicalities of mentoring we will host a Mentoring Workshop on Wednesday March 4th from 11.30am to 3pm. The workshop, for both mentors and mentees, offers an introduction to the mentoring mindset and explores the skills and approaches needed for mentoring to be successful for both parties. To ensure that you can get the most out of any future mentoring relationship the workshop will examine themes like fundamental mentoring principles, different models of mentoring, and how to define and achieve your mentoring goals.

During the workshop we will hear from a number of artists including writers Brian Leyden, Ester Hoad, and visual artist Leonora Neary who have each been part of successful mentoring partnership as mentors or mentees. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss the practicalities of finding and working with a mentor and hear about their personal experience of mentoring partnerships and how mentoring as supported their practice.

As Leitrim County Council Arts Office’s Mentoring Bursary is currently open for applications taking part in this workshop is particularly recommended for any member intending to apply.  To be eligible for the forthcoming bursary at least one of the two parties, mentor or mentee, must have their practice based in the county. The application deadline is March 29th. We strongly urge any Creative Frame members who may have an interest in sharing their skills as a mentor, or in being a mentee, or both, either now or at any time in the future to attend this workshop.

There is no charge to attend this workshop however numbers are limited so if you wish to attend to confirm your place e- mail Leslie at  creativeframeleitrim@gmail.com

 

The workshop will be facilitated by Monika Sapielak from the Centre for Creative Practices.

Monika Sapielak is Co-founder and CEO of the Centre for Creative Practices which focuses on integrating, promoting and mentoring experimental, emerging and migrant artists. She is the curator of its yearly flagship event called New Voices of Ireland Series. www.cfcp.ie and a founder & CEO of ArtConnected, www.artconnected.ie. She is a recipient of the Merit to Polish Culture awarded by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland as well as a main recipient of the Arthur Guinness Fund.

Monika’s mentoring and coaching expertise includes Creative Professional Development Mentoring, Personal and Career Development for Creative Practitioners, Curatorial Mentoring as well as Creative Start-Ups Support, Business Strategy for Creative Organisations and Enterprises, Fundraising, EU Funding – grant writing and grant applications’ review, audience development, and market research.

N.B. Places on this session are prioritised for members of Creative Frame. If you wish to register with Creative Frame follow this link prior to booking: creativeframe.eu/register/

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Cost: 0.00

Have you ever thought that you would benefit from having a mentor?

No matter what stage of your career you may be at a mentor can help you to develop your artistic practice, provide an objective critique and feedback on your work, or help you to work through a specific idea. Mentoring can be very broad, relating to your long-term goals or very specific, relating directly to special projects, growing your professional network, working internationally or expanding your business or marketing skills.

To introduce Creative Frame members to the practicalities of mentoring we will host a Mentoring Workshop on Wednesday March 4th from 11.30am to 3pm. The workshop, for both mentors and mentees, offers an introduction to the mentoring mindset and explores the skills and approaches needed for mentoring to be successful for both parties. To ensure that you can get the most out of any future mentoring relationship the workshop will examine themes like fundamental mentoring principles, different models of mentoring, and how to define and achieve your mentoring goals.

During the workshop we will hear from a number of artists including writers Brian Leyden, Ester Hoad, and visual artist Leonora Neary who have each been part of successful mentoring partnership as mentors or mentees. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss the practicalities of finding and working with a mentor and hear about their personal experience of mentoring partnerships and how mentoring as supported their practice.

As Leitrim County Council Arts Office’s Mentoring Bursary is currently open for applications taking part in this workshop is particularly recommended for any member intending to apply.  To be eligible for the forthcoming bursary at least one of the two parties, mentor or mentee, must have their practice based in the county. The application deadline is March 29th. We strongly urge any Creative Frame members who may have an interest in sharing their skills as a mentor, or in being a mentee, or both, either now or at any time in the future to attend this workshop.

There is no charge to attend this workshop however numbers are limited so if you wish to attend to confirm your place e- mail Leslie at  creativeframeleitrim@gmail.com

 

The workshop will be facilitated by Monika Sapielak from the Centre for Creative Practices.

Monika Sapielak is Co-founder and CEO of the Centre for Creative Practices which focuses on integrating, promoting and mentoring experimental, emerging and migrant artists. She is the curator of its yearly flagship event called New Voices of Ireland Series. www.cfcp.ie and a founder & CEO of ArtConnected, www.artconnected.ie. She is a recipient of the Merit to Polish Culture awarded by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland as well as a main recipient of the Arthur Guinness Fund.

Monika’s mentoring and coaching expertise includes Creative Professional Development Mentoring, Personal and Career Development for Creative Practitioners, Curatorial Mentoring as well as Creative Start-Ups Support, Business Strategy for Creative Organisations and Enterprises, Fundraising, EU Funding – grant writing and grant applications’ review, audience development, and market research.

N.B. Places on this session are prioritised for members of Creative Frame. If you wish to register with Creative Frame follow this link prior to booking: creativeframe.eu/register/

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11.00 am – Registration / tea & coffee

11.30 am – 3.00 pm Workshop

The Dock, Carrick on Shannon 

There is no charge to attend this workshop however numbers are limited so if you wish to attend to confirm your place e- mail Leslie at  creativeframeleitrim@gmail.com

 

Have you ever thought that you would benefit from having a mentor?

No matter what stage of your career you may be at a mentor can help you to develop your artistic practice, provide an objective critique and feedback on your work, or help you to work through a specific idea. Mentoring can be very broad, relating to your long-term goals or very specific, relating directly to special projects, growing your professional network, working internationally or expanding your business or marketing skills.

To introduce Creative Frame members to the practicalities of mentoring we will host a Mentoring Workshop on Wednesday March 4th from 11.30am to 3pm. The workshop, for both mentors and mentees, offers an introduction to the mentoring mindset and explores the skills and approaches needed for mentoring to be successful for both parties. To ensure that you can get the most out of any future mentoring relationship the workshop will examine themes like fundamental mentoring principles, different models of mentoring, and how to define and achieve your mentoring goals.

During the workshop we will hear from a number of artists including writers Brian Leyden, Ester Hoad, and visual artist Leonora Neary who have each been part of successful mentoring partnership as mentors or mentees. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss the practicalities of finding and working with a mentor and hear about their personal experience of mentoring partnerships and how mentoring as supported their practice.

 

As Leitrim County Council Arts Office’s Mentoring Bursary is currently open for applications taking part in this workshop is particularly recommended for any member intending to apply.  To be eligible for the forthcoming bursary at least one of the two parties, mentor or mentee, must have their practice based in the county. The application deadline is March 29th. We strongly urge any Creative Frame members who may have an interest in sharing their skills as a mentor, or in being a mentee, or both, either now or at any time in the future to attend this workshop.

There is no charge to attend this workshop however numbers are limited so if you wish to attend to confirm your place e- mail Leslie at  creativeframeleitrim@gmail.com

 

The workshop will be facilitated by Monika Sapielak from the Centre for Creative Practices. Monika Sapielak is Co-founder and CEO of the Centre for Creative Practices which focuses on integrating, promoting and mentoring experimental, emerging and migrant artists. She is the curator of its yearly flagship event called New Voices of Ireland Series. www.cfcp.ie and a founder & CEO of ArtConnected, www.artconnected.ie. She is a recipient of the Merit to Polish Culture awarded by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland as well as a main recipient of the Arthur Guinness Fund.

Monika’s mentoring and coaching expertise includes Creative Professional Development Mentoring, Personal and Career Development for Creative Practitioners, Curatorial Mentoring as well as Creative Start-Ups Support, Business Strategy for Creative Organisations and Enterprises, Fundraising, EU Funding – grant writing and grant applications’ review, audience development, and market research.

 

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11.00 am – Registration / tea & coffee

11.30 am – 3.00 pm Workshop

The Dock, Carrick on Shannon 

There is no charge to attend this workshop however numbers are limited so if you wish to attend to confirm your place e- mail Leslie at  creativeframeleitrim@gmail.com

 

Have you ever thought that you would benefit from having a mentor?

No matter what stage of your career you may be at a mentor can help you to develop your artistic practice, provide an objective critique and feedback on your work, or help you to work through a specific idea. Mentoring can be very broad, relating to your long-term goals or very specific, relating directly to special projects, growing your professional network, working internationally or expanding your business or marketing skills.

To introduce Creative Frame members to the practicalities of mentoring we will host a Mentoring Workshop on Wednesday March 4th from 11.30am to 3pm. The workshop, for both mentors and mentees, offers an introduction to the mentoring mindset and explores the skills and approaches needed for mentoring to be successful for both parties. To ensure that you can get the most out of any future mentoring relationship the workshop will examine themes like fundamental mentoring principles, different models of mentoring, and how to define and achieve your mentoring goals.

During the workshop we will hear from a number of artists including writers Brian Leyden, Ester Hoad, and visual artist Leonora Neary who have each been part of successful mentoring partnership as mentors or mentees. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss the practicalities of finding and working with a mentor and hear about their personal experience of mentoring partnerships and how mentoring as supported their practice.

 

As Leitrim County Council Arts Office’s Mentoring Bursary is currently open for applications taking part in this workshop is particularly recommended for any member intending to apply.  To be eligible for the forthcoming bursary at least one of the two parties, mentor or mentee, must have their practice based in the county. The application deadline is March 29th. We strongly urge any Creative Frame members who may have an interest in sharing their skills as a mentor, or in being a mentee, or both, either now or at any time in the future to attend this workshop.

There is no charge to attend this workshop however numbers are limited so if you wish to attend to confirm your place e- mail Leslie at  creativeframeleitrim@gmail.com

 

The workshop will be facilitated by Monika Sapielak from the Centre for Creative Practices. Monika Sapielak is Co-founder and CEO of the Centre for Creative Practices which focuses on integrating, promoting and mentoring experimental, emerging and migrant artists. She is the curator of its yearly flagship event called New Voices of Ireland Series. www.cfcp.ie and a founder & CEO of ArtConnected, www.artconnected.ie. She is a recipient of the Merit to Polish Culture awarded by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland as well as a main recipient of the Arthur Guinness Fund.

Monika’s mentoring and coaching expertise includes Creative Professional Development Mentoring, Personal and Career Development for Creative Practitioners, Curatorial Mentoring as well as Creative Start-Ups Support, Business Strategy for Creative Organisations and Enterprises, Fundraising, EU Funding – grant writing and grant applications’ review, audience development, and market research.

 

Share this Opportunity

 

 

11.00 am – Registration / tea & coffee

11.30 am – 3.00 pm Workshop

The Dock, Carrick on Shannon 

There is no charge to attend this workshop however numbers are limited so if you wish to attend to confirm your place e- mail Leslie at  creativeframeleitrim@gmail.com

 

Have you ever thought that you would benefit from having a mentor?

No matter what stage of your career you may be at a mentor can help you to develop your artistic practice, provide an objective critique and feedback on your work, or help you to work through a specific idea. Mentoring can be very broad, relating to your long-term goals or very specific, relating directly to special projects, growing your professional network, working internationally or expanding your business or marketing skills.

To introduce Creative Frame members to the practicalities of mentoring we will host a Mentoring Workshop on Wednesday March 4th from 11.30am to 3pm. The workshop, for both mentors and mentees, offers an introduction to the mentoring mindset and explores the skills and approaches needed for mentoring to be successful for both parties. To ensure that you can get the most out of any future mentoring relationship the workshop will examine themes like fundamental mentoring principles, different models of mentoring, and how to define and achieve your mentoring goals.

During the workshop we will hear from a number of artists including writers Brian Leyden, Ester Hoad, and visual artist Leonora Neary who have each been part of successful mentoring partnership as mentors or mentees. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss the practicalities of finding and working with a mentor and hear about their personal experience of mentoring partnerships and how mentoring as supported their practice.

 

As Leitrim County Council Arts Office’s Mentoring Bursary is currently open for applications taking part in this workshop is particularly recommended for any member intending to apply.  To be eligible for the forthcoming bursary at least one of the two parties, mentor or mentee, must have their practice based in the county. The application deadline is March 29th. We strongly urge any Creative Frame members who may have an interest in sharing their skills as a mentor, or in being a mentee, or both, either now or at any time in the future to attend this workshop.

There is no charge to attend this workshop however numbers are limited so if you wish to attend to confirm your place e- mail Leslie at  creativeframeleitrim@gmail.com

 

The workshop will be facilitated by Monika Sapielak from the Centre for Creative Practices. Monika Sapielak is Co-founder and CEO of the Centre for Creative Practices which focuses on integrating, promoting and mentoring experimental, emerging and migrant artists. She is the curator of its yearly flagship event called New Voices of Ireland Series. www.cfcp.ie and a founder & CEO of ArtConnected, www.artconnected.ie. She is a recipient of the Merit to Polish Culture awarded by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland as well as a main recipient of the Arthur Guinness Fund.

Monika’s mentoring and coaching expertise includes Creative Professional Development Mentoring, Personal and Career Development for Creative Practitioners, Curatorial Mentoring as well as Creative Start-Ups Support, Business Strategy for Creative Organisations and Enterprises, Fundraising, EU Funding – grant writing and grant applications’ review, audience development, and market research.