Deadline: 25 March 2019.
For Creative Girls is a semi-educational platform that provides all the resources and channels the Female Creative needs to grow and be successful. It is a platform for creative women to share insights about their creative processes (how they get things done and how they execute ideas), the way they get inspiration for their work and how to be profitable. Championing women engaged in the Creatives (Design, Arts, Writing, Painting, Photography etc), showcasing them and inspiring the aspiring female creatives to flourish. For Creative Girls is run by Gbemi Adekanmbi who is on a mission to make Female Creatives and Artists a living breathing part of how the world, organisations and societies run.
Now in its third year, the For Creative Girls Mentoring program matches women who are taking over their industries with upcoming female creatives and professionals.
For Creative Girls has created a 2-month mentorship program for Female Creatives and Professional. The mentorship program has been developed to help upcoming artists and professional women get the guide, help, and resources that they need to accelerate their growth in their chosen fields.
In the Creative/Professional world, meeting other individuals who have made significant progress in their lives and with their Art and Work is invaluable. It creates a paradigm shift as the young and inexperienced creative is exposed to resources, guides, angles, and dreams that are achievable.
Makers, creators, social activists, and artists are thriving around the globe, and this mentorship program is tailored to help bridge the gap between female creatives uncomfortable with the stage their art and skills are currently at and those who have grown tremendously. The program is a One-on-One virtual mentorship guidance that will hold for 2 months causing accelerated growth in the selected candidates. During the program, chosen mentees get assigned to a Mentor, who will help shape their work for 2 months.
Some of the Mentors include Award-winning Architect, Tosin Oshinowo, Samira Rahimi – Senior Art Director at Microsoft, and Ozoz Sokoh of Kitchen Butterfly.
Click here to apply.