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North Norwegian Art Centers mentorprogram from 2016 until 2019

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Since 2016 North Norwegian Art Centre has run a mentor program for recent art graduates.

From 2016 until 2019 the North Norwegian Art Centre ran a mentor program for recent art graduates. The first round of four artists selected for our mentor program for recent art graduates:

Calder Harben (Tromsø), Maiken Stene (Sokndal), Ayatgali Tuleubek (Oslo), Anna Ihle (Stavanger).

Mentors:

Eva Bakkeslett (Steigen) for Cal Harben, Ane Hjort Guttu (Oslo) for Anna Ihle, Toril Johannessen (Tromsø) for Ayatgali Tuleubek og Marte Aas (Oslo) for Maiken Stene.

The second round of four artists selected for our mentor program for recent art graduates:

Hannah Mjølsnes (Trondheim), Thea Meinert (Trondheim), Camilla Nicolaisen (Tromsø) og Ananda Serné (Stavanger).

Mentors:

Eva Bakkeslett (Steigen) for Hannah Mjølsnes, Ane Graff (Oslo) for Thea Meinert, Åsa Sonjasdotter (Berlin), for Camilla Nicolaisen og Bodil Furu (Oslo) for Ananda Serné.

The third round of four artists selected for our mentor program for recent art graduates:

Andrea Haugerud Hovik (Oslo), Matilde Gaustad (Trondheim), Peter Fleming (Oslo) og Allyce Wood (Oslo).

Mentors:

Marte Johnslien (Oslo) for Andrea Haugerud Hovik, Edvine Larssen (Trondheim) for Matilde Gaustad, Jan Christensen (Berlin) for Peter Fleming og Hilde Hauan Johnsen (Tromsø) for Allyce Wood.

The mentor program for recent art graduates ran for three years. The program was open to all recent art graduates who live and work Norway.

The mentor program coupled a recent art graduate with an established artist – a mentor. The mentor worked as an advisor, conversational partner, and one who shares his or her work experience. The program facilitates for the arrangement to last for the duration of a year, and allows for travels and meetings.

The mentor program for recent art graduates is supported by Talent Norge and Sparebank 1 Nord-Norges kulturnæringstiftelse.


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