TAp Speed Mentoring Summer 20




As part of our ongoing  programme encouraging artists to discuss their practice. TAp is offering the first batch of 8 FREE subsidised online  mentoring sessions throughout July and August for art practitioners based in Norfolk 

Jacques and Stephanie , TAp’s founders love to talk about Art!  Social distancing hasn’t stopped us – in fact, we find that online mentoring is a fruitful and rewarding an experience for mentees and mentors alike!

Our aim in mentoring is to support and strengthen your understanding and confidence in your own individual practise, opening new horizons of ambition and achievement and bringing the You out of You.

Before your session begins we ask you to send us images, links to your website and social media so we have a prior overview of your work, and indicate if there is anything special what you would like to discuss. Over the course of forty minutes together we will explore various aspects of your practise, which may include:


What do you want to get from your artistic practise?
What is your work about?
What are your influences, materials and techniques?
How do you contextualise your work?
Your professional practise – website, CV and statement

Talking about art practise has been at the heart of Stephanie’s practise.  Since 1997 she has been an exhibition programmer at the Warehouse Artists’ Studios, an independent curator attached to  Strangers’ Hall Museum, director of the Queen of Hungary gallery and  an independent artist and exhibition organiser.                    


Upon completing his post- graduate at the Royal Academy Schools, Jacques has taught under graduates at colleges within the London institute, including Central St martins, Chelsea, Wimbledon And several Art schools throughout the Uk. He is currently a visiting lecturer on all the mentoring courses at Newlyn School of Art In Cornwall. His work can be found in the Arts Council of England collection and numerous public and private collections worldwide


 Fully Booked 



Places are reserved for Art practitioners based in Norfolk only.

Each session lasts for 40 minutes

All session are on the Zoom Platform


Further information regarding individual sessions will be sent by email once a booking has been confirmed