SUPERLUX One-to-One Advice Sessions: Online with Annie Crabtree
Thu 6 Aug 2020 / 2–3pm and 3.30–4.30pm
These advice sessions are dedicated to artists based outside the Central Belt as part of LUX Scotland’s commitment to supporting artists working throughout the country.
As part of our aim to encourage our communities to stay connected, creative and inspired during these unsettling times, our popular SUPERLUX one-to-one advice sessions continue take place on a monthly basis (online or by telephone). These sessions are for SUPERLUX members, you can join up for free here.
These informal one-hour meetings with members of the LUX Scotland team are for Scotland-based artists working with moving image. They are aimed at developing a wide-ranging dialogue around your practice, including, but not limited to, discussing your work, exhibition possibilities, budget/funding applications and production advice.
Please see our programme listings for individual dates and booking information. We will be in touch with you prior to the meeting to arrange an online link or to exchange telephone numbers, whichever is most suitable for your situation.
We have over 800 SUPERLUX members across Scotland and we are keen to offer advice sessions to as many SUPERLUX members as possible over the coming months. So with this in mind, if you have had recently had an advice session with one of our team, please don’t book another session for 6 months. This ‘6 month interval’ between sessions is to allow us to support everyone we can.
If all of these sessions are fully booked, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will add you to a waiting list.
Annie Crabtree, Project Coordinator
Annie (she/her) joined LUX Scotland in October 2018. She is an artist and researcher based in Glasgow, specialising in feminism and moving image. She has undertaken residencies at Hospitalfield and Cove Park, including the Experimental Film and Moving Image Residency in 2019. Annie has recently been developing new moving image work for her first solo exhibition at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons due to take place as part of Glasgow International 2020. She has over eight years’ experience of arts administration and project management, working on wide range of events, exhibitions, participatory projects and public installations, including in her previous roles at NVA and Hospitalfield and as co-founder of projection project Picture Window.