- published: 17 Mar 2014
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AMP is a non-profit organization based in Portland, Oregon. The program provides a healthy and safe environment for youth to express themselves through music. All staff and mentors are volunteers and the program is funded through a once-a-year benefit show/party that facilitates all AMP annual expenditures. Visit www.artistmentorshipprogram.com
LUCIDPIXUL is an intensive 8-week private concept art and illustration mentorship program, for beginner, intermediate and advanced artists. For more information, visit www.adamduff.com
Canada’s Walk of Fame announces the return of the highly successful Emerging Artist Music Mentorship Program, supported by RBC, as part of Canada’s Walk of Fame Emerging Artists Programs and Scholarships. Valued at more than $100,000, the 2016 national competition will once again focus on the world of music, calling all aspiring Canadian musicians to visit www.canadaswalkoffame.com beginning today for details on eligibility and submission requirements. The deadline for submissions is Thursday, April 30, 2016 at 11:59 pm ET. More info and to enter visit: http://bit.ly/EAMMP
KAYA (Knowledgable Aboriginal Youth Association) advocates for mentorship in all levels of community including the arts, cultural, political, and social development in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia, Coast Salish Territories. The Indigenous Roots is a 14 week Art Mentorship Program teaching Northwest Coast Style art.
Hello! My name is Vincent Burkardt, Founder and Creative Director of the Rising Artist Mentorship Program, or (RAMP), based in Fort Collins, Colorado. RAMP has the mission of community based mentoring and performance opportunities for youth musicians and junior broadcasters. Youth learn life skills through various exciting projects, with a growing international element. As the Creative Director and Founder of RAMP, I am asking for your help in funding my work. I would greatly appreciate any amount you feel you can contribute, and please, share this video! CAMPAIGN LINK ~ https://www.gofundme.com/RAMP-FUNDING
Access to Art Norfolk Arts Center Mentorship Program Access to Art, the regions first art-centric mentorship program, provides young artists the opportunity to meet with an adult artist/mentor on a consistent and regular basis in order to… * Develop their creative abilities * Build a valuable relationship by connecting with a fellow artist * Explore new materials and art concepts * Find value in their creative skills and appreciation of their artistic talents * Share tips on techniques and materials * Discover a new appreciation for various artistic concepts and techniques * Expanding their knowledge and strengthening their understanding of the arts community, locally, regionally, and nationally. Years of research has demonstrated that an individual’s level of participation in th...
Canada’s Walk of Fame announces the return of the highly successful Emerging Artist Music Mentorship Program, supported by RBC, as part of Canada’s Walk of Fame Emerging Artists Programs and Scholarships. Valued at more than $100,000, the 2015 national competition will once again focus on the world of music, calling all aspiring Canadian musicians to visit www.canadaswalkoffame.com beginning today for details on eligibility and submission requirements. The deadline for submissions is Thursday, April 30, 2015 at 11:59 pm ET.
I am happy to announce a new series I am calling the Tim Packer Mentorship Program Featuring: Brooke Cormier. I have decided to mentor Brooke Cormier; a young artist fresh out of university, for one year as she tries to make a living as a professional artist. Each week I will critique her work from the past week, and give her new assignments for the following week. If you are interested in making a full time living as an artist I suggest you follow this series! Brooke's Information: IG: @bcormier_art FB: @bcormierart
The Teen Arts Mentorship Program is a 20-year-old program that was initiated with a 3-year grant through the James Irvine Foundation. This arts enrichment program has offered promising teenage artists the unique opportunity to work closely with professional master artists in a studio environment. Working in small groups, students spend 10-12 weeks producing a portfolio of work to be exhibited and sold in the Arts Fund's Community Gallery or performed in a public venue. Beyond acquiring specific art-making skills and exhibition/performance experience, students are introduced to the aesthetic styles and career choices of artists in their communities. The master artists become role models and references for students as they consider advanced studies in the arts. Open to all high school studen...