Today MAIA‘s May programme kicks off four weeks of online talks, discussions, workshops and commissions, celebrating and investing in artistry, and helping us all stay in conversation and in community.
Sign up for an artist manifesto workshop with artist Paula Varjack; learn how to fund and manage projects with multi-award winning Cultural Producer Tobi Kyeremateng; gain an insight into how galleries work with artists to produce new work with Grand Union’s Programme Director Kim McAleese and much more.
MAIA have partnered with Maslaha this month for a series of weekly online workshops, conversations and tutorials from Birmingham artists exploring spaces for joy and sanctuary.
MAIA have also announced two opportunities for artists from the West Midlands – The Keep Keeping Fund to support creative development and a MAIA commission for works that respond to the theme of ‘Joy’.
Explore the May programme here.