These informal, hour-long sessions are for Scotland-based artists working with the moving image who are no longer in full-time education. These are booked on a first-come, first-served basis, although priority is given to artists who have not attended a session within the last six months.
These aim to develop a wide-ranging dialogue around your practice and can cover any of the following areas:
- Looking at and discussing your work
- Advice on developing your practice and looking at other works that may be of interest
- Advice on exhibition possibilities, appropriate organisations and events to approach
- Self-promotion, funding and production advice
Sessions are advertised through the monthly LUX Scotland bulletin. We aim to offer One-to-One Advice Sessions outside of Glasgow every other month.
Past sessions have taken place in Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Hawick and Inverness-shire, led by LUX Scotland staff, Benjamin Cook (Director, LUX) and invited artists and curators including Kathryn Elkin, Sarah Forrest, Liz Rosenfeld, Corin Sworn and Sarah Tripp.
You are welcome to bring material to be viewed during your session. Any examples of film or video work should be supplied on a laptop, USB stick or external hard drive, rather than through internet-based streaming platforms. Text-based materials, such as project proposals or artists’ statements, are also welcome although we advise not to bring too much.
Kathryn Elkin, Michael’s Theme, 2014. Courtesy of the artist and LUX.