Various meeting times available
We offer free, informal and supportive advice sessions for artists-in February, these online meetings (up to one hour in length) will be held by artist Emmie McLuskey and aim to develop a wide-ranging dialogue around your practice. Meetings are to support artists working with the moving image who are based in Scotland and are no longer in full-time education.
Sessions can involve any or all of the following areas;
– advice on: developing your practice /networks and self-promotion /funding and budget writing /production and project planning
– talking over some possible‘next steps’ for your project, including advice on exhibition possibilities and thinking about appropriate organisations to research
– looking at and discussing your work and the direction it is taking
If have recently had an advice session please don’t book another session for 12 months. This12‑month interval between sessions is to allow us to support everyone we can.
Once you have booked via Eventbrite we will email you directly to arrange either a video or phone call for the meeting, whichever suits you best. If you want to share work or any texts (e.g proposals, funding applications) with us then we are happy to look at these with you during the meeting itself.
After your meeting we’ll ask you to complete a short, anonymous feedback form so we can monitor how useful the sessions are.
Image description: Sunlight illuminates an interior wall, revealing an A4 piece of white paper attached to a wall (with the numbers 13.05 written on it with blue crayon), a small white bell hanging in front of the paper (and casting a shadow on it) and a simple white light switch.
Emmie McLuskey is an artist based in Glasgow. She works with other artists to produce collaborative work; this has previously taken the form of publications, events, objects, conversations, writing and exhibitions. Recent projects include ‘Channels’ with Edinburgh Art Festival, ‘Private Lives’ with Sarah Fastré at Sissi Club, Marseille and Dogo Residenz für Neue Kunst, Switzerland, ’these were the things that made the step familiar’ at Collective, Edinburgh. In 2022 she produced Cauleen Smith’s exhibition and performance of ‘H‑E-L-L‑O’ at Collective, Edinburgh and worked with LUX Scotland in 2019 to programme ‘Hanging Out’ Artist Moving Image Festival alongside Ima-Abasi Okon and Kimberley O’Neill. Emmie regularly works with artist filmmakers to realise new commissions and works as an Associate Producer with Counterflows, an experimental music festival in Glasgow.