the flush of delight when someone I mentor is awarded a grant warms the cockles!

I have to share this news, but confidentiality won’t allow me to say who it is – but well done you! It’s an absolute privilege to mentor the people I do – they are committed and serious about their practice and work really hard to survive, despite all odds these days….. I know how itContinue reading “the flush of delight when someone I mentor is awarded a grant warms the cockles!”

at risk of being a groupie for Thinking Practice, great paper on ‘being plural’

There is little I can say about Mark Robinson’s latest blog, “We have come here today to be plural” other than you must read it if you wish to read a balanced and considered reflection upon the impact austerity is having on the arts. He uses some wonderful images as illustrations of how people canContinue reading “at risk of being a groupie for Thinking Practice, great paper on ‘being plural’”

Flow likes a challenge, but what does Flow do? who do we work with? where do we do it?

I realised that whilst I’ve been busy having meetings, making plans and thinking forward, I haven’t really shared on my website what I actually DO. Typical, one gets busy doing and forgets to spread the word. And what is my ‘normal’ may not be yours! So here goes, in a nutshell, this is what I/Flow does: Flow specialisesContinue reading “Flow likes a challenge, but what does Flow do? who do we work with? where do we do it?”

last month Free for Feb, this month it’s #internationalwomensday 2 free artist mentor sessions

NOTE, THIS WAS WRITTEN IN 2013, BUT THAT ISN’T EVIDENT ON THE POST. Last month on Friday 1st February I launched Flow Advice by offering a huge TWELVE half-hour mentoring session to artists. All slots were taken and feedback tells me well received. So thanks to everyone for participating and I hope we talk againContinue reading “last month Free for Feb, this month it’s #internationalwomensday 2 free artist mentor sessions”