Photo: Julie Henry
Tutorials with Graham Crowley & Justin Hibbs
These one hour tutorials are designed for you to get useful, insightful and constructive advice and input about your practice and are a chance to discuss wider queries such as artist statements and career options, etc.
Tutorials last 50-60 minutes and start from £65.
You can bring either physical works or photos / images on a laptop: both are equally useful.
"The tutorial has spurred me on and given me the motivation to push my work to another level."
1-2-1 Tutorials with Graham Crowley.
£75 per session.
Tutorials with Justin Hibbs, by appointment.
Please email us
for availability. £65 per session.
"I met Graham Crowley through Zeitgeist Art Projects, a brilliant organisation that offers an invaluable support network for artists. Inspiring, challenging and insightful, prior to the tutorial I hadn't received constructive, critical feedback like that about my painting for years."
"It is seven years since I had a one-to-one crit, with someone who was prepared to look at my work and tell me, honestly, what they saw. And the connections, sparks, observations will nourish me for a long while yet. It was a liberating experience, the chance to say out-loud one's doubts and hopes, and to return to one's work feeling energised."
"One of the best things I have ever done for my practice - so helpful and inspiring."
"In equal measure challenging and encouraging - a brilliant combination. I found it productive and exactly what I needed at a point where I feel a bit unsure about where I want to go next with my work. It helped me clarify my ideas and contextualise my art."
"It was a hugely positive experience for me, to have my work appraised in such a spirit of honesty and generosity. There was a real encouragement to follow my concerns and the exchange opened up some very helpful suggestions in terms of taking the work forward. I'm really starting to feel involved again and excited about my practice"
Graham Crowley is one of the most distinguished living painters in the UK today. Crowley's paintings span a vast variance in style from the appropriationist art of the 70s to his brilliantly luminous landscapes of the present day, tracking a fundamental narrative with political, cultural and personal histories within them.
Born in 1950, Graham Crowley studied at St. Martin's School of Art (1968-72) and the Royal College of Art (1972-75), and has held significant teaching posts including Professor of Painting at the RCA (1998-2006). Crowley was a judge on the 25 John Moores panel in 2008. As an applicant he has exhibited eight times, winning prizes in 1987 and 2006.
Justin Hibbs' work is an enquiry into the nature of spatial perception and its representation in both two and three dimensions. This is explored through a multi-disciplinary approach that incorporates painting, drawing, sculpture and architectural interventions.
Justin Hibbs (born 1971, Dorset, UK) has exhibited nationally and internationally in both solo and group exhibitions as well as curating a series of exhibitions. Solo exhibitions include: Secondary Modern (2010) at Christinger De Mayo, Zurich, Altneuland (2007), Gallery Lucy Mackintosh, Switzerland; Metroparadisiac (2006), One in the Other Gallery, London. His work was selected for the Jerwood Drawing Prize 2010. Recent exhibitions include: a collaboration with Monica Ursina Jaeger 'Parasite' at Kunsthaus Grenchen & Christinger de Mayo, (Switzerland); The New Internacional (Sao Paulo); Superstructures, Arroniz Arte (Mexico City); Oh My Complex, Kunstverein Stuttgart (Germany); One on One on One, K3 (Zurich); and Lost Properties, Coleman Projects (London); as well as being represented at numerous international art fairs. His work is in a number of private and public collections, including Saatchi and the University of the Arts. He is represented by Christinger De Mayo Gallery in Zurich and Caroll Fletcher Gallery in London and has been represented by One in the Other Gallery (London) and Lucy Mackintosh Gallery (Lausanne, Switzerland). He lives and works in London.
Research, inspiration and insight with Annabel and Rosalind.
|SUSTAINING A PRACTICE|
4 exceptional professional practice talks:
- A-Z of Surviving as an Artist after Art School
- Articulating Your Practice
- Making It: Exhibitions, Residencies & Proposals
- Raising Your Profile & Creating Networks