Mark Devereux Projects provides professional development mentoring and advice sessions for artists. Working closely with the artist to plan each session or programme of sessions, we ensure a tailored service of information, advice and support.
We are able to offer two different price structures: a discounted price for artists that do not have funding or a grant for their artist professional development and a full price for artists that would like to include mentoring with Mark Devereux Projects in their current funded project.
Other session lengths, including further in-depth programmes are available – please contact us for further information.
If you are interested in including a professional development provision within a funding or project application please contact us in advance of submitting and we will aim to support your application.
Sessions can either take place at the artist’s studio, at Mark Devereux Projects’ office in Salford, Greater Manchester or via Skype. If taking place outside of the centre of Manchester, travel expenses will apply in addition to the rates.
For further information and to book a session, please contact us.
“My relationship with Mark Devereux Projects began in 2015, initially as a member of MDP Associates, then on the StudioBook artist development programme and latterly in a series of one-to-one mentoring sessions. From the start Mark and the team have offered a friendly, supportive and personal service which has underpinned much of my recent professional development. The one-to-one sessions provide a space to rigorously examine my practice as well as offering solid practical advice on project planning and fundraising. I highly recommend Mark Devereux Projects to artists at all stages of their careers.”
[Tabitha Moses, tabithamoses.co.uk]
“In 2017/18 I undertook a series of one-to-one sessions with Mark Devereux Projects with an aim to develop my practice and gain a greater understanding of how to progress my work and develop a more professional profile. Mark’s honest opinion and lively questioning encouraged me to clarify and refine the way I think and write about my work. As a consequence I have a greater understanding of the direction I want my work to take, am working on larger more ambitious projects and have developed contacts and partners to develop future projects with.”
[Jo Clements, joclements.co.uk]