Artist and peer mentor Chloe Cooper leads this talk and participatory session introducing the practice of peer mentoring and its benefits.
Cooper suggests ways for artists to establish groups and models of feedback. As part of the session, attendees are asked to share their practice within a small group. Please bring an example of an artwork that is in development. It could be a photograph, a video on a phone, a hand held sculpture, a drawing in a sketchbook, a set of gestures from a choreography or a section from a performance to share live.
Chloe Cooper is an artist and educator. She has been a member of several peer support groups and has run peer mentoring workshops with Artquest as part of the Bloomberg New Contemporaries public programme at World Museum, Liverpool; Baltic, Newcastle; Backlit, Nottingham and the ICA and the South London Gallery, London. In her own work she uses performative tours, instructional videos and paper marbling to navigate the turbulent waters of human relationships.
There will be seating for the duration of the event. There will be scheduled breaks, The event involves listening to a talk and participating in a workshop and ear plugs, ear defenders, magnifying glasses and wheelchairs are all available.
Cost: £3.00 – £5.50
Date And Time: SAT 1 FEB, 2–5PM
Location: South London Gallery, 65-67 Peckham Rd, London SE5 8UH