For 6 weeks, starting Tuesday, June 5th until July 10th – Asher Mains, internationally recognized artist and educator, will be working with 6 young artists aged 16 – 30 to:
– put together a small body of work
– learn best professional practices for artists and
– put on a group exhibit together.
The goal is to work with promising young artists and give them a jumpstart in best practices as an artist.
Interested artists can email firstname.lastname@example.org by May 29th with their interest and 3 samples of their work.
This is not a class to learn to paint or draw etc. This is for artists who have made a start and who would benefit from learning how to assemble a body of work and what they need to go forward as artists. Artists will meet with Asher Mains once a week to look at and critique their work, write their artist statements and bios, and then on the 6th week will put on a group exhibit.
The cost for this intensive is $100EC
We look forward to helping push our bright young talents forward!
Asher Mains is a Grenadian artist with a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Practice from Transart Institute, Plymouth University. His CV spans 20 years of exhibiting art in Grenada as well as 13 other countries. He is a lecturer of art at St. George’s University and the founder and director of Art School Greenz, an alternative art school in Grenada bridging the gap between secondary school and a contemporary art practice. His work emphasizes making work within a local, contemporary Caribbean context.
Photo Credit: Joshua Yetman