Mentoring / 1-2-1's
"I think that may have been the most valuable 60 minutes of my career as an artist."
A 1-2-1 is a fantastic opportunity to have an incredibly helpful and intensive tailored session with Rosalind Davis on a range of areas to review or revitalise your practice, get advice and tips on all the practical aspects of being an artist, raise your profile and set long term goals and strategies.
Have a fantastic opportunity to have an incredibly helpful mentoring session with artist and curator Rosalind Davis on a range of areas to review or revitalise your practice, get advice and tips on all the practical aspects of being an artist, raise your profile and set short and long term goals and strategies.
Rosalind can help you in a wide variety of area such as:
• Articulating your practice/ Writing an Artist's Statement so that it really does articulate your work in an intelligent and comprehensive way.
• Guidance in Curating
• Writing Proposals for residencies and exhibitions.
• Raise your profile, promote your art practice and consider new ways to get your work seen and create new networks.
• How to use Social Media Workshop
• Creating a fantastic Newsletter Workshop
• Critical Review your website / online profile / portfolio and guidance
• Advise and tips on thriving, sustaining and surviving as an artist.
1-2-1 Mentoring / Consultancy for artists costs £75 an hour.
Artists Professional Development bursaryt
Thrilled to be working for @an_artnews again as a mentor on their bursary supported programme 2018 along with 4 other great mentors! Deadline 23.7.18. It's free to apply once you are an a-n member & we know it's made a huge difference to artists who have been on previous programmes.
Please apply here
1-2-1's can also take place via Skype. All sessions are personalised and tailored to you with helpful handouts sent to you after our sessions.
Feedback for sessions:
"I chose Rosalind Davis because of her breadth of knowledge and experience of professional practice. Rosalind's careful, thoughtful and insightful observations helped me evaluate my practice and identify key aspects of my work. Through this I gained a better understanding of my practice, and how to communicate this understanding. This led to a new, clear and concise statement of practice, which in turn led to a complete overhaul of my website. I now feel I am better equipped to move my career forward." - Rich White
“My tutorials with Rosalind have been an enormous support in taking my emerging practise to a whole different level. I feel more confident, more professional and much more connected. Confidence in particular feeds the creative possibilities.
With her support in tailor made tutorials I now use social media as an artist, in a focussed way. Using twitter in particular has led to some really good networking and to joint working opportunities. I set up my own website which she helped me design and develop so that I could feel it reflects who I am as an artist - through building my confidence and helping me distill and focus my ideas and think more seriously about what it is I am interrogating, how I want to be seen and to step into the word/label 'artist'. She has helped me explore my likely direction of creative travel and to think about what tools I need to get there. The cv and artists proposal that she also guided me with led to acceptance on an artists residency in Argentina in May of 2015. This residency in turn influenced my ongoing work.” Helen Peacock
"I approached Rosalind for advice and guidance with my application for a residency. I am so glad that I did. The advice was invaluable and the assistance attentive. Rosalind really helped me to give absolute clarity to my statement."
"The session has really raised my expectations of getting my work shown with concrete ideas of how to go about it. I would like to thank both very much for helping me change my perspective." - Simon Fell
"I think that may have been the most valuable 60 minutes of my career as an artist. I appreciate the fact that you spent so much time seriously considering my work and the fact that you did helps me believe in my own project as a serious professional endeavour."
Phillip Hall Patch
The 1-2-1's take place at my studio in NW9 (near Wembley) or occasionally in Holborn, or they can be done via skype.
I also provide businesses with consultancies on a variety of subjects such as Social Media Marketing and Communications after having run a number of short courses at LCC for two years as well as prior to that in a number of venues.
Clients have included the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and E4. The fee will be dependant on needs, time required and group sizes.
Please get in touch for an appointment at firstname.lastname@example.org
The (Fine) Art of Opportunity: Generation, Inspiration, Canniness and Chance
22 June 3.30-5pm
Wimbledon College of Arts,Merton Hall Road, London, SW19 3QA
Most of us recognise that the recipe for making your own luck requires ingredients of determination, resilience and hard work, but also being open to possibilities, a willingness to move organically and flexibly, and the art of persuasion.
Come and hear artist and curator Rosalind Davis talk about that slippery customer opportunity, what it involves and how to spot it, create it, take advantage of it, network for it, and maximise it.
WHAT THEY DIDN’T TEACH YOU AT ART SCHOOL
4 May 2-4pm
Brewery Tap, Folkestone. Part of Uncovered Kent, Casement Arts and Threads Kent
For more info email: email@example.com
WHAT THEY DIDN’T TEACH YOU AT ART SCHOOL
Tuesday, February 20, 2018
7:00 - 9:00 PM
Hotel Elephant, 1-5 Spare Street, SE17 3EP
£5 per ticket, book here
Art School Futures Panel Discussion
Thursday 18 January, 3pm
Mall Galleries, The Mall, London
How is art education changing in the 21st century? What will art students of the future be learning? What effect will the rise of tuition fees have on the art school of tomorrow? How will nascent alternative programmes develop and what effect might they have on the mainstream system?
Our three speakers, Turps Banana Studio Programme Leader, Phil Allen, curator and writer, Rosalind Davis and Vice Chancellor of Norwich University of the Arts, John Last, address what they see the art school of the future to look like from their individual professional perspectives.
PIY PaintLounge at Sluice Biennial
Painting salon, conversations and fundraiser for Hospital Rooms
Arch 12 Bohemia Place, Hackney E8 1DU
30 September - 3 October 2017 12 - 6pm
Graham Crowley, Rosalind Davis and Clare Mitten talk, 2nd October at 2pm.
16 November 2017- Surviving and Thriving as an Artist talk for Tonbridge Art School.
17 November- 2017 UAL Talk: How to collaborate without selling out. Chelsea College of Art,
27 November 2017- Surviving and Thriving as an Artist talk for Morphe,
More info here