Dialogues {Online}: Call for applications, Mark Devereux Projects

  • North West, UK wide
  • combined arts, film, interdisciplinary arts, photography, visual arts
  • Mark


During this unprecedented time of lockdowns and physical distancing, we are all lacking important social interaction and communication. Critique and conversations can be essential in the development of your practice and work. Dialogues {Online} is a 17-week programme of group workshops, peer-to-peer exchange and one-to-one practice development support for up to 12 artists led by Mark Devereux Projects.

Dialogues {Online} is aimed towards artists that may be developing a new body of work, building a new project or working towards an exhibition or commission. Focussing on the development of the artist’s core ideas and how they manifest their voice within the making of the work, each artist will benefit from three group crits, three 1-hour one-to-one mentoring sessions and three group workshops. Taking place online (via Zoom), Mark Devereux will lead each session; offering tailored and critically engaged developmental support.

We encourage applications from artists at various points within your career, working across any medium or methodology. We hope this will help stimulate dynamic conversations with one-another, encouraging sharing and a group support system that could continue on from the project in future months and years.

Marking the return of our successful Dialogues programme from 2018, we’ve made some changes to ensure our work is more accessible following the recent impacts of COVID-19. We’ve simplified the way we are operating and transferring this year’s programme to be produced completely online. We hope this will widen our reach to those artists that may have parental, caring or other work commitments that would affect physical attendance.


The full cost for the programme is £380, with payment options available to spread the cost of the workshops across 2-6 months. There is no charge to apply.

Application deadline: Friday 12 February 2021, 5pm


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