Join curators Eamonn Maxwell, Nick Kaplony and Medeia Cohan for our monthly artist’s group chat. These casual sessions are an opportunity for you to share your practice with a group of supportive, yet frank peers, for encouragement and honest advice over a few drinks.
Guests are welcomed to share their work and experience or just sit back and listen. This event is not recorded and observes Chatham House rules.
- Find a group of like-spirited creatives to talk to and share with
- Be apart of a hive mind for advice, feedback and support
- Have monthly progress check-ins and optional accountability
*Space is extremely limited to ensure everyone gets airtime during discussions, so please only book in if you’re committed to attending. If you book but now cannot make it, please contact us so that we can provide access to other members.
Eamonn Maxwell has worked as a curator and advisor in the visual arts for over 20 years. He has curated numerous exhibitions across the world including the Irish Pavilion at the Venice Biennale in 2011. From 2009 – 2016 he was Director of Lismore Castle Arts, where he programmed significant exhibitions by leading international and Irish artists. Latterly he has worked as a collection adviser to Arts Council of Ireland, Goldsmiths College London and private collectors. He has lectured at Crawford College of Art and Design, Ulster University and University College Dublin.
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Nick Kaplony is Senior Programme Coordinator at Artquest, an organisation that uses research about visual artists working conditions, career barriers, and motivations to develop the professional information, advice and projects that they need. At Artquest Nick is responsible for projects that focus on artist peer mentoring and research residencies. Outside of Artquest Nick has worked as gallery manager at the Pump House Gallery, Assistant Curator at the Arts Gallery London (at the University of the Arts London) and has worked as a freelance artist/curator. His practice and curatorial projects consider ideas around family history, death and mourning.
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Medeia served as Head Curator at University of the Arts London, running their art gallery, art collection and collectors group, comprised of many of the UK’s top collectors, until 2005. She is an experienced curator, gallerist and art advisor. She is well connected in the art world and works collaboratively with a handful of artists on selected projects. Medeia does not suffer fools.
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