WARM’s Mentor Program has become nationally known for pairing mentors and protégées in a transformative two year cycle of working together. This year, WARM’s Board and the Mentor Program Coordinators have decided to postpone the usual spring start of the program until the fall.
During the next few months, our Mentors, Coordinators and Board will be busy working together to sustain and enhance both our two year program, and to reinvent WARM’s Mentor Intensive Program, giving it a whole new look by adding groups, community and exhibition opportunities.
We will be highlighting the unique experience of our programs via passionate and meaningful dialogue about mentoring on WARM’s Facebook page; new print materials; and events such as Teeny Tiny Art Encounters on April 9 at several Northrup King Building studios, and other programming in partnership with Twin Cities area art centers this summer.
We are so grateful for the generous and energetic support of the WARM community – Thank You!
The WARM Mentor Program has two primary components: the two-year Mentor Program and the short-term Mentor Intensive Program. Each offering is designed to meet different needs for women artists, may have different participating Mentors, and has different fees and expectations.
The WARM Mentor Program is designed for the serious artist who is in the early stages of her career. Each participant is paired with a professional woman artist mentor for a two-year term. For over 30 years mentors have served as role models for their protégées, sharing their wisdom and professional skills and providing supportive critique.
Application period for the 2018-19 WARM Mentor Program will be open this summer
Find more information about this program here:
The WARM Mentor Intensive Program is designed for the serious artist who is in a later stage of her career and seeks guidance for a specific project. Each participant is paired with an experienced Mentor for one-on-one, tailored mentoring developed for each artist. Find more information about this program here.
Spring Mentor Program Event
Teeny Tiny Art Talks
Thursday, April 6 at 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM at Northrup King Building, 1500 Jackson St. NE, Studios 391, 394 and 155.
Open to all artists and media, this is a chance to engage in some thoughtful dialog and to learn about the WARM Mentor Programs.
Final Exhibition for 2015-16 Mentor Program
Launching and Landing was held Oct. 1-29 2016 at Grain Belt Bottling House, 79 13th Ave. NE, Minneapolis. Exhibition catalogs are archived on Catalogs and Stories
Thank you to our exhibition sponsors: Bolger Printing, Chow Girls Killer Catering, Create Catering, Maeve’s Cafe, Mojo Coffee Gallery, Solar Arts.