• 2016 Emerging Artist Music Mentorship Program supported by RBC

    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
  • Artist Mentorship Program (AMP)

    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
  • Artist Mentorship Program (AMP)

  • Canada's Walk of Fame Announces the 2015 Emerging Artist Music Mentorship Program

    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.
  • LUCIDPIXUL - Private Art Mentorship

    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
  • Recap: Ada Slaight Youth Arts Mentorship Program 2013

    Copyright 2013 Artscape The Ada Slaight Youth Arts Mentorship Program, based out of Artscape-run Daniels Spectrum (www.regentparkarts.ca), is designed to help aspiring youth artists of Regent Park learn about a career in the arts and tap into their creativity to produce exciting work. The 2013 session of the Ada Slaight Youth Arts Mentorship program took place from March to August. This video was created for Artscape to demonstrate the impact of the program on participants and showcase their talents. Artscape gratefully acknowledges the generous support of the Slaight Family Foundation that makes this program possible. 2013 Program Participants: • Trevlyn Kennedy and Mustafa Ahmed -- Spoken-Word Artists and SingersBradley Smart -- DancerLuipa Tamanna and Jessica Huynh -- Designers...
  • Recap: Ada Slaight Youth Arts Mentorship Program 2015

    The Ada Slaight Youth Arts Mentorship Program at Daniels Spectrum (a community cultural hub in Toronto operated by Artscape) is a multi-arts program that engages emerging young artists from the Regent Park neighbourhood and surrounding area. It is designed to help participants take their artistic practice to the next level through access to arts and cultural experiences, educational workshops and one-on-one mentorships with industry leaders. This video showcases the work of our 2015 program participants and industry mentors. To find out more information about the Ada Slaight Youth Arts Mentorship Program, please visit Daniels Spectrum online at www.danielsspectrum.ca. Video by Black Belt Productions / blackbeltproductions.ca Videographer: Richard Fung Editor: Nick Angione
  • How to find an art mentor

    Finding a guide in your artistic life can be a delicate process. My grandmother, pictured in the portrait that's featured in this video, mentored me in so many ways, just as my brother has as well; http://www.gwennseemel.com/index.php/blog/comments/my_model_mon
  • Youth Street Art Mentorship Project

    In Toronto in the summer of 2011 community arts heavyweights Art Starts teamed up with Emerging Artist Gallery Whippersnapper, to launch a groundbreaking program called the Youth Street Art Mentorship project. Throughout July and August five local youth from the Alexandra Park and Chinatown area worked along side 7 different professional public artists to create artworks that respond to issues that directly affect them and their community. Alexandra Park is slated for a major revitalization over the next 15 years that will see the whole community redesigned. Project coordinator Joshua Barndt explains, "as this city develops at a quickening pace, it's important that local residents and in particular young people continue to take ownership over public spaces and show how they can be used in...
  • The Arts Fund Teen Arts Mentorship Program

    The Teen Arts Mentorship Program was initiated in 1994 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 students in south Santa Barb...
2016 Emerging Artist Music Mentorship Program supported by RBC

2016 Emerging Artist Music Mentorship Program supported by RBC

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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
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Artist Mentorship Program (AMP)

Artist Mentorship Program (AMP)

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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
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Artist Mentorship Program (AMP)

Artist Mentorship Program (AMP)

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Canada's Walk of Fame Announces the 2015 Emerging Artist Music Mentorship Program

Canada's Walk of Fame Announces the 2015 Emerging Artist Music Mentorship Program

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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.
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LUCIDPIXUL - Private Art Mentorship

LUCIDPIXUL - Private Art Mentorship

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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
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Recap: Ada Slaight Youth Arts Mentorship Program 2013

Recap: Ada Slaight Youth Arts Mentorship Program 2013

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Copyright 2013 Artscape The Ada Slaight Youth Arts Mentorship Program, based out of Artscape-run Daniels Spectrum (www.regentparkarts.ca), is designed to help aspiring youth artists of Regent Park learn about a career in the arts and tap into their creativity to produce exciting work. The 2013 session of the Ada Slaight Youth Arts Mentorship program took place from March to August. This video was created for Artscape to demonstrate the impact of the program on participants and showcase their talents. Artscape gratefully acknowledges the generous support of the Slaight Family Foundation that makes this program possible. 2013 Program Participants: • Trevlyn Kennedy and Mustafa Ahmed -- Spoken-Word Artists and SingersBradley Smart -- DancerLuipa Tamanna and Jessica Huynh -- Designers • Oshane Duncan -- DrummerAaliyah Lachance -- Makeup ArtistIzzy Rashid -- Graphic DesignerTommy Le -- Producer • Charita Edwards -- Spoken Word Artist and Photographer CREDITS Thank you to the following people, who were key to creating this video: Richard Fung -- Co-Founder and Director at Black Belt Cine - www.blackbeltcine.com Nicholas Angione -- Editor at Black Belt Cine Seema Jethalal -- Managing Director at Daniels Spectrum Oshane Duncan -- ASYAMP Mentee Thank you to all of the project's collaborators who appear in this video: Mario "Voyce" Murray -- Previous Beatz to Da Streetz instructor - www.reverbnation.com/b2ds Natasha Daniel -- "Co-Innovator" of Lost Lyrics -- www.lostlyrics.ca Che Kothari -- Founding Director of ManifesTO -- www.chekothari.com & themanifesto.ca Sherry Vanstone -- Make-up Artist - sherryvanstonemakeup.blog.com Fly Lady Di -- Choreographer & Artist - flyladydi.wordpress.com Stanley Sun -- Designer Donisha Prendergast -- Artist - www.imdb.com/name/nm3049312/bio Quentin VerCetty the Artivist -- Spoken Word and Visual Artist - www.vercetty.com Warsan Shire -- Poet - www.poetryinternationalweb.net/pi/site/poet/item/22832 Joey Bada$$ - Hip-Hop Artist - badassjoey.tumblr.com Thompson Egbo-Egbo -- Founder & Vice President of the Thompson Egbo-Egbo Arts Foundation - www.egbofoundation.org
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Recap: Ada Slaight Youth Arts Mentorship Program 2015

Recap: Ada Slaight Youth Arts Mentorship Program 2015

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The Ada Slaight Youth Arts Mentorship Program at Daniels Spectrum (a community cultural hub in Toronto operated by Artscape) is a multi-arts program that engages emerging young artists from the Regent Park neighbourhood and surrounding area. It is designed to help participants take their artistic practice to the next level through access to arts and cultural experiences, educational workshops and one-on-one mentorships with industry leaders. This video showcases the work of our 2015 program participants and industry mentors. To find out more information about the Ada Slaight Youth Arts Mentorship Program, please visit Daniels Spectrum online at www.danielsspectrum.ca. Video by Black Belt Productions / blackbeltproductions.ca Videographer: Richard Fung Editor: Nick Angione
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How to find an art mentor

How to find an art mentor

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Finding a guide in your artistic life can be a delicate process. My grandmother, pictured in the portrait that's featured in this video, mentored me in so many ways, just as my brother has as well; http://www.gwennseemel.com/index.php/blog/comments/my_model_mon
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Youth Street Art Mentorship Project

Youth Street Art Mentorship Project

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In Toronto in the summer of 2011 community arts heavyweights Art Starts teamed up with Emerging Artist Gallery Whippersnapper, to launch a groundbreaking program called the Youth Street Art Mentorship project. Throughout July and August five local youth from the Alexandra Park and Chinatown area worked along side 7 different professional public artists to create artworks that respond to issues that directly affect them and their community. Alexandra Park is slated for a major revitalization over the next 15 years that will see the whole community redesigned. Project coordinator Joshua Barndt explains, "as this city develops at a quickening pace, it's important that local residents and in particular young people continue to take ownership over public spaces and show how they can be used in more creative, nourishing and environmentally conscious ways." The result was seven temporary public art pieces, and one large permanent digital mural located at 77 Grange. The culminating mural, "Make Your Mark on Paradise", was designed as a lasting depiction of the creative ingenuity of these local young artists. Our hope is to encourage young people to continue to contribute creatively to their community and make their mark on paradise. PROJECT COORDINATOR: Joshua Barndt ARTIST MENTORS: Urban Trash Art (Brazil), Sean Martindale, Joshua Barndt, Sasha Foster, Felix Kalmeson, Nader Hasan, Michael Burtt. LOCAL ARTISTS: Tavis Smith, Ibsa Abdulatif, Candide Kabango, Shakkir Brown, Ashton Shearer VIDEO CREATED BY: Rea McNamara + Safia Siad THANK YOU: William Mendez (Toronto Community Housing), Donna Harrow (Alexandra Park Community Center), Adrian Dilena (Whippersnapper) Katherine Earl (Art Starts)
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The Arts Fund Teen Arts Mentorship Program

The Arts Fund Teen Arts Mentorship Program

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The Teen Arts Mentorship Program was initiated in 1994 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 students in south Santa Barbara County, admission to this program is highly competitive. An average of 85% of mentorship graduates go on to pursue advanced studies in the arts. The mentorship served over 75 in 2012, doubling the program and number served by creating a new summer mentorship. Success. Having produced Teen Arts Mentorships for over twenty consecutive years, our organization has an undisputed track record of success in this unique, high-impact, programming area. Teachers, students, parents and program alumnae all confirm that the mentorships deliver results: High-quality instruction that produces advanced skill-development that would be impossible to achieve in regular high school art classes Extensive contact with professional artists who become role-models, friends, employers, and references for college and job applications Exposure to university art departments and private studios Resume-building public exhibition and performance opportunities Introduction to producing art for revenue through The Arts Fund Gallery Over 900 area high school students have benefited from this tuition-free program that addresses ongoing deficiencies in arts education by employing professional artists to provide concentrated study and resume-building exhibition and performance opportunities in venues outside traditional classrooms. The Teen Arts Mentorships serves Santa Barbara County teens ages 13-18 from public and private schools. The Arts Fund has outreached and successfully created, funded and administered mentorships to students from Santa Barbara High School, Santa Maria High School, San Marcos High School, Dos Pueblos High School, Carpinteria High School, Bishop Diego, La Colina, Providence Hall, Laguna Blanca, CATE, and homeschool students.
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