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Finding the right opportunity

Identifying the right opportunity is not always as easy as it sounds. As your career develops, opportunities will change and you will have the chance to be more selective. This online workshop will share tools and ideas to help understand what is available and if/how they relate to your practice. We will look at techniques […]

Warm up the palms of your hands

We are pleased to invite you to a full-day workshop at Metal, Liverpool on Friday 13 May. Led by artists Anna Horton Cremin, Emily Warner and writer Julia Calver, you will be invited to participate in creative exercises exploring our connection to the environment. Tuning in and listening to our bodies and place in the […]

Making a strong application, from start to submit

As one of the core funders for individual artists, Arts Council England grants can unlock and create important developmental opportunities to help you take your practice and ideas to the next level. Led by mentor and arts fundraising specialist Mark Devereux, this in-person workshop will breakdown Arts Council England’s requirements, Lets Create Strategy 2020-30 and […]

National Lottery Projects Grants (ACE)

We’re pleased to offer our next online workshop to support artists & groups who are planning an application to Arts Council England’s National Lottery Projects Grants under £15k funding programme. Split over two evenings, Mark Devereux will share his extensive knowledge and experience building and writing successful applications over the last 12-years. As one of […]

Finding the right opportunity & mentoring sessions

Coinciding with Charlie Franklin’s solo exhibition, Over Ground Uneven at Vane, Mark Devereux Projects are pleased announce two new artist development opportunities taking place on Thursday 14 November 2019.

Always Something Moves

Join artist and writer Julia Calver to consider writing as an artistic output in three workshops taking place at Manchester Art Gallery this spring. Each session will support participants in building new language and skills within creative writing to develop current and future artworks. The workshops have been designed around specific themes and will consider […]

Make Place Talks Programme

Make Place is a talks programme exploring domestic space and identity at Salford Museum and Art Gallery. Featuring renowned academics and artists from across the UK, the programme will contextualise Mark Devereux Projects represented artist Sophie Lee’s own artistic research into domesticity, which has included visiting the Gvendareyjar islands in Iceland to studying Salford Museum […]