Open Call: London Creative Network 2022
Deadline: 9am, Tue 28 June
SPACE Ilford

Deadline for applications: 9am, Tuesday 28 June
Application is via SurveyMonkey here

Between July and September 2022, London Creative Network at SPACE will support 20 visual artists through a tailored programme of professional development. 

Artists who take part in the programme at SPACE can expect:

  • 1-2-1s with mentors who will help you to develop your practice,  guide and support you, either online or in person.
  • Workshops (online or in person) led by a team of professionals where you will meet other artists. Previous sessions have included goal setting and planning, money management and mindset, alternative economies and applying for funding.
  • The opportunity to present your work to artists and curators in September 2022.

Who can apply: 

  • Artists must be HMRC registered or in process of becoming self-employed (you will be asked for your Unique Tax Reference on the application form).
  • Artists must be based in London.

Previous contributors to the programme have included Nella Aarne (Curator), Edward Ball (Devonshire Collective), Kathrin Böhm (Artist), Nathalie Boobis (Deptford X), Laura Britton Newell (Wellcome), Billy Dosangh (Artist), Sonya Dyer (Artist), Kirsty Ogg (New Contemporaries), Soomi Park (Goldsmiths), 12ø Collective and The Design Trust. 

Timeline

Deadline for applications               9am, Tuesday 28 June
Artists notified of outcome Friday 1 July 
First online session  Thursday 7 July, evening
First in-person session Saturday 16 July, to be held at SPACE Ilford

Application is via SurveyMonkey here

If you have access needs regarding your application, or are unable to attend in-person events, please contact Dylan or Karen at artistdevelopment@spacestudios.org.uk so we can help support you.

Find out more about what London Creative Network can offer your creative business by watching this video.

All applications are assessed on equal terms, regardless of the sex, age, ethnicity and/or socio-economic background. We welcome applications from artists of all backgrounds, and particularly encourage applications from those identifying as BAME, disabled and LGBTQ+.