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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
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
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 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
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 Singers • Bradley Smart -- Dancer • Luipa Tamanna and Jessica Huynh -- Designers...
The San Diego Fine Art Society Mentor Program helps San Diego artists find their niche, develop skills to prosper in the art industry, and fine tune their craft. Live Fit Magazine shows how this program has the potential to reach far beyond San Diego artists.
The Wood Buffalo Artist in Residency (AIR) program is pleased to announce the commencement of the 2016 mentorship program. On July 18, 10 local artists will occupy a studio space within Keyano College to begin a six-week apprenticeship with Albertan artists Alma Louise Visscher and Kritsana Naowakhun. During the residency, these artists will develop a body of work using the techniques taught by their mentors that will be showcased during a final exhibition opening on Aug. 25 at the MacDonald Island Community Art Gallery presented by the Kirschner Family Corporation. The mentors, Alma and Kritsana, will also be hosting free workshops in various communities throughout the region. Workshops are open to all ages and abilities. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Che...
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...