1-to-1 Meetings

Between January and June 2024, we have an amazing line-up of guest artists, including Bolanle Tajudeen, Rosalind Davis and Jo Harrison, delivering 1-to-1 mentoring sessions for visual artists.


We offer visual artists and organisations based within the SO postcode area 1-to-1 meetings. Sessions are shaped by you and could cover anything from advice on developing a project, how to make a funding application, or general advice and guidance on the next steps in your career.

To book a 1-to-1 meeting following the link ‘request to book a meeting’ at the bottom of the page.  If you have access needs or are unable to complete the Typeform to book your 1-to-1 and answer the questions below please contact us either by calling 07824 326005 or email enquiries@aspacearts.org.uk


Typeform Questions:
– How long have you been an artist?
– Please briefly describe your visual arts practice: what kind of work do you make / or approaches do you use?
– If you have work online please give links:
– Please give an overview of specific questions or areas that you would like to discuss:
– Would you prefer to meet in person or on zoom?
– Do you have any access needs? Please let us know how we can help you to access this support.

N.B At the end of the typeform you can select the time and date for your 1-to-1 session

Guest Artists:

Bolanle Tajudeen / Black Blossomswww.black-blossoms.online

  • No more slots


Rosalind Davis / Freelance Curator, Mentor and Writerwww.rosalinddavis.co.uk

April 2024 – One session left

  • Friday 26th – 10am


Jo Harrison / Director of The Approach / founder of Art Working Parents Alliancewww.artworkingparents.wordpress.com

May 2024

  • Thursday 2nd – 10am, 11am, 12pm
  • Thursday 9th – 10 am, 11am, 12pm
  • Thursday 16th – 10am, 12pm
  • Thursday 23rd – 10am, 11am, 12pm


Request to book a meeting

Find out about our Artist Resources Programme

Guest Artists Biographies:

Bolanle Tajudeen – https://www.black-blossoms.online/ 

Bolanle Tajudeen, founder of Black Blossoms is an art school and expanded curatorial platform. Since launching the platform in  2015, she’s curated exhibitions connecting diverse audiences with talented artists. In 2020, Black Blossoms School of Art and Culture and Journal documented marginalised artists’ histories through short courses and public programming. Partnering with renowned institutions, Bolanle strives for equitable recognition, shaping an inclusive art world. Bolanle Contemporary will launch in 2024 a commercial gallery representing international artists who are pushing boundaries with their practice. 


Rosalind Davies – https://www.rosalinddavis.co.uk/

Rosalind Davis is an artist, curator, teacher, writer and designer. A graduate of RCA (2005) and Chelsea College of Art (2003) Davis has exhibited nationally and internationally. Davis has curated over 30 exhibitions to date and recently curated with Laura Hudson, an ambitious group show at Arthouse Jersey in 2023 exhibiting 23 acclaimed international artists and at Platforms, an independent art fair in Athens.  Davis was the Curator at Collyer Bristow Gallery in London 2016 -20. Previous curatorial projects have been with Thorp Stavri, Standpoint Gallery, Arthouse1 and Geddes Gallery. Davis co-directed Zeitgeist Arts Projects (2012-15) and Core Gallery. Davis is co-author of ‘What they didn’t teach you at art school’ and teaches and mentors across many universities and arts organisations across the world. 


Jo Harrison – https://artworkingparents.wordpress.com/about/

Jo Harrison is a curator and arts worker based in London whose practice focuses on gender, work and economies of care. She is Director at The Approach, London and runs ‘Repronomics’, an ACE funded research project exploring the intersection of reproduction and economics through the lens of visual arts, she also hosts an ongoing nomadic reading group with a focus on feminism, social reproduction, labour and economics. Jo was previously Curator at Almanac Projects, London and has been a visiting lecturer at Birth Rites Collection, Central Saint Martins and Slade School of Art (UCL) and recently co-founded The Arts Working Parents Alliance with Hettie Judah.