New Young Arts Professional Mentorship Program

UPDATES 

  • June 28 : Mixer event for the HUBS
  • June 5: Mentees and Mentors matched – HUBS created
  • May 30: Speed Interviews
  • May 25: Application deadline

 


About the Program

What is it?

The Young Arts Professional Mentorship Program is presented by AOE Arts Council and its Young Arts Leaders Collective This special project, supported by Ontario 150, will provide mentorship and professional development opportunities to jump start your arts career.

 

Who’s it for?

Artists and arts administrators in any discipline between the ages of 19 and 30.

 

  • Such as: Artists, Administrators, Curators, Producers and Managers.
  • Working in: Theatre, Music, Visual Arts, Dance, Photography, and Literary Arts.

 

How does it work?

Selected mentees will form groups of five and be paired with a mentor. The mentee teams will each be given a creative challenge to solve. Working together and with their mentors, they will develop a comprehensive plan that will be presented at a Symposium and Networking event in November 2017.

 

 

For more information: please contact the Program Manager, Cassandra Olsthoorn, at 613-580-2767 or Cassandra@artsoe.ca

 


Become a Mentee 

DEADLINE TO APPLY IS MAY 25 2017, AT MIDNIGHT


Has your arts career plateaued? Don’t know what your next move is? Looking to turn your passion into a profession? Come create links with other young emerging arts professionals and established artists and administrators in the Ottawa arts scene!

 

APPLY

Meet the HUBS

To follow the hubs and their process, check out their blog posts at ArtsAccolade.ca


UPDATES AND BLOG POSTS
June 28 : Mixer event for the HUBS
June 5: Mentees and Mentors matched – HUBS created
May 29: Speed Interviews
To follow the hubs and their process, check out their blog posts at ArtsAccolade.ca


Workshops


 

Get your arts career off the ground with this new foundational workshop series. This new series, presented by AOE Arts Council’s Young Arts Professional Hub Mentorship Program, funded by Ontario150, will help you get going whether you are just starting out, a few years in or need a refresher.


This program is made possible by support from the Ontario 150 Partnership Program and is in partnership with the Cultural Human Resources Council.