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LimberUP Mentorship Program

Learning opportunities are crucial for creative practitioners at all career stages. Emerging, mid-career and established artists, craftspeople, designers, installers, and curators – Guildhouse is pleased to be able to open the LimberUP mentorship program for applications again this year.

There are a limited number of opportunities for partnering, and expressions of interest are due 9am Wednesday 20 December 2017.

Funding of between $200 and $2000 is available to cover artist fees (for both mentee and mentor) and, depending on the proposal, other associated costs, such as transport, accommodation, materials or equipment hire.

The goal of this mentorship program is to support career development and potential for growth of individual creative practice. We strongly recommend applicants review past recipients and discuss their proposal with Program Manager, Megan Rainey or another member of the Guildhouse team before submission. If you are unsure who would be the best mentor to help you reach your goals, let us know and we can help facilitate introductions.

Visit the Guildhouse website for application guidelines and criteria

Expressions of interest are due 9am Wednesday 20 December 2017.


Tuesday 28 November, 2017
Wednesday 20 December, 2017
Venue Address
Level 1, 38 Hindley St

South Australia, Adelaide

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