Sign up for November's Mentor Mondays!

Artist Resources, Artist Resources

Monday 13th November 2023

Online - Zoom

Mentor Mondays is back in November and we’re delighted to be joined by artist Taey Iohe!

Part of ‘a space’ arts expanded Artist Resources Programme, Mentor Mondays invites visual arts professionals from across the UK to hold zoom 1-to-1 sessions with artists & art workers from the SO postcode area. For the upcoming November session, Taey will be offering support, guidance and critical feedback for those working and practising in the arts, living and working in the SO postcode area.

Both artists from September and November’s Mentor Mondays are our first artist mentors sourced in collaboration with UP Projects Constellations programme. Constellations is an artist development programme based in London that works with artists from all over the country. We’ll continue to work with other alumni from the programme throughout the year for our Mentor Mondays programme.


Mentor Mondays will take place on on Monday 13th November.

There are three 45 minute sessions available and the sessions will take place online via Zoom.

To sign up, follow the link (click here) and complete the Typeform. Spaces are extremely limited and booked on a first come first serve basis so we advise early booking to avoid missing out.

(Please note, the last question asks you to finalise the booking via Calendly. You must select a slot on the calendar on the date available and press ‘submit’ for the booking to be made successfully)

About the Mentor

Taey Iohe is an artist and writer whose work spans across diverse media, including text, moving images, social practice and assemblage through an Asian crip/queer feminist lens. Their practice fuses research-based works with personal narratives challenging socio-botanical entanglements in social medicine and climate justice. 🎭 Taey is a co-founder of the Decolonising Botany Working Group and has presented a performance, A Refusing Oasis at Documenta 15 (2022). Taey holds a PhD in the programme of Gender, Identity and Culture at the School of English and Film, University College Dublin, funded by Writing On Borders. They were also part of the Constellations Cohort, a public art practitioners’ development programme at Up Project in partnership with Liverpool Biennial & Flat Time House (2022). Currently, Taey is a working member of the Feminist Duration Reading Group and a resident at Somerset House supported by an exchange bursary programme.