Sign-up for March's Mentor Mondays

Mentor Mondays returns in March (on a Friday.. 👀) and we’re pleased to be joined by guest mentor, Milda Batakyte, Exhibition Curator at Auto Italia, London.

Part of ‘a space’ arts expanded Artist Voices Programme, Mentor Mondays invites visual arts professionals from across the UK to hold zoom 1-to-1 sessions with artists & artworkers from the SO postcode area. For the upcoming February session, guest mentor Milda will be offering support, advice and guidance for artists and artworkers living and working in the SO postcode area. This opportunity would be particularly suited to those working in curation fields in the arts sector.

Mentor Mondays will take place on Friday 24th March 2023. There are three 45 minute sessions available between 9am – 12pm 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

Milda Batakyte is a Lithuanian curator, currently living and working in London. She is the Exhibition Curator at Auto Italia, a London-based non-profit contemporary art institution dedicated to researching, producing and exhibiting work on the intersections of queer studies and social change. She is the former Acting Director of Rupert, centre for art, residencies & alternative education in Vilnius. In 2019, Milda was appointed as Assistant Curator of the Lithuanian Pavilion at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia. In the past, she has assisted the artist Mona Hatoum at her studio in London for three years and gained work experience at White Cube, London; Lisson Gallery, London and Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice, among others. Milda received her MFA degree in Curating from Goldsmiths, University of London.

You can find out more about Milda’s work by following her on Instagram