San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Become Part of Something!
DIY Educate delivers a series of high quality professional practice events, artists talks, tutorials and peer critiques for artists.
All memberships run to the end of 2012. regardless of when you sign up to the programme.
Entrance 2, 53-60 ASC Studios,
SE14 6BL London
Zeitgeist Arts Projects
Zeitgeist Arts Projects was founded in 2012 by artists Rosalind Davis and Annabel Tilley and is based in New Cross, London. They create support systems to enable artists to realise their creative potential, to continue to learn, exchange dialogue, develop networks and collaborate, framed around their wide ranging activities as well as exhibitions. Their annual events programme includes talks, seminars, art tours, peer critique, tutorials and workshops that encourage artists to learn from other artists, engage, thrive and raise their profiles.
ZAP is also a Membership body for Artists,if you join as a member you will have the opportunity to join up for exhibition & networking events, peer reviews, discounts on professional development workshops, semainars, art tours & talks. See more here. http://www.zeitgeistartsprojects.com/diy-membership.html
Guest artists for their programme have included: Graham Crowley, Justin Hibbs, Mark Titchner, Susan Collis, Phoebe Unwin, Virginia Verran, Freddie Robins, Delaine Le Bas and Transition Gallery. Their pioneering talk: The A-Z of Surviving as an Artist has toured the country and is informed by Tilley and Davis' two different experiences of the art world. The talk has been hosted by galleries such as De La Warr Pavilion and FirstSite, the Whitstable Biennale and a host of artist organisations and universities across the country.