Throughout the year, our team will host a large scale programme of free 1-2-1 sessions, aimed at supporting many of the artists who have not been able to access opportunities at Wysing and to keep in touch with the artists we already know.

To book a 1-2-1 slot for July, please visit our Eventbrite page.

Reception 1-2-1s

Sessions will be made available on the first day of each month on a first-come, first-served basis and will be open to all. A number of priority sessions will be reserved for those who have been denied access to opportunities in the past, whether due to caring responsibilities or discrimination due to race, gender, sexuality, disability or class. You do not need to disclose your reason for requiring a Priority 1-2-1.

Sessions will last up to 45 minutes and can be used for feedback on new work and ideas or support in a number of areas including funding applications, budgeting, digital production, social media and more. We ask artists to decide an area of focus when signing up and to consider the interests and expertise of each member of the team. Please bring any work or materials for review during the session.

Website Workshop with Chloe Page
Friday 30 July


On Friday 30 July, our Digital Producer, Chloe Page will be hosting an online Zoom workshop on artists’ websites, from 3 to 5pm. The workshop will last 2 hours, and will be split into 2 parts separated by a short break. The first part will focus on examples of effective artist websites and techniques for creating them, followed by an opportunity to discuss specific website design questions and troubleshooting. Places are limited to 5 people. Book a place on the main Reception 1-2-1 Eventbrite page.

About the Programme

Due to demand, please book a maximum of one slot per person per calendar month, with the option to make up to two further bookings per year.

To book a 1-2-1 slot for July, please visit our Eventbrite Page.

If there is something you need to make booking more accessible, please email Elizabeth Brown at lizzie.brown@wysingartscentre.org.

For Eventbrite bookings:

Please select the ticket of the date, time and team member you would like to book a session with.

On the checkout page, please select Zoom/phone, provide access information.

If you select Zoom, you will be emailed a link prior to your session.

Ticket sales for sessions will end 1 day before the session date.

How to Book

To find out more about the sessions, download our FAQs.

Access Information

1-2-1s will take place online using Wysing’s Zoom account, or by phone if preferred. We can provide live captions using otter.ai and we have a budget to arrange for a limited number of BSL signers throughout the year. Please let us know any additional access needs by contacting
Elizabeth Brown at lizzie.brown@wysingartscentre.org.

FAQs and Access Information

John Eng Kiet Bloomfield 
Curator / Acting Head of Programme

Ask me about:

- General feedback
- Funding support
- Budgeting and project management
- Curatorial practice 

John joined Wysing in July 2016. He works on the organisation’s programme of residencies, exhibitions, events, partnership projects and digital projects. At Wysing, he has curated the exhibitions All His Ghosts Must Do My Bidding, more of an avalanche, Warm Worlds and Otherwise and All Channels Open. John also co-ordinates the Syllabus programme, a collaboratively produced alternative learning programme that supports ten artists each year. 

Staff Biographies

Elizabeth Brown 
Assistant Curator 

Ask me about:

- General feedback
- Portfolio review
- Artist statement and CV help
- Writing practice and research
- Early career practice

Elizabeth works with the programme team to provide care and support for the many artists we work with at Wysing, both onsite and online. Elizabeth joined Wysing in November 2020 from the exhibitions team at MK Gallery. She has previously worked with South London Gallery, The National Gallery, the Arts Council, and Bold Tendencies & Hannah Barry Gallery, and has also worked as a freelance writer. She graduated from the MA Curating the Art Museum at The Courtauld Institute of Art in 2017 where she curated CORPUS: The Body Unbound with her fellow MA students at The Courtauld Gallery. 

Chloe Page 
Digital Producer 

Ask me about:

- Digital tools and technologies including: HTML, CSS, Photoshop, Premiere, Ableton Live, Logic, Blender, Unity, and audio/visual livecoding
- Event planning and management (on/offline)
- Social media
- General feedback
- Livestreaming 

Chloe joined Wysing in January 2020, after graduating from an MPhil in Criticism and Culture at the University of Cambridge in 2019, where she was researching digital technologies, coding, and new media in literature. Alongside this, Chloe is co-founder and co-organiser of two ongoing arts event series across London and Cambridge, plant! and XD, working closely with DIY Space for London and focusing on experimental arts, music, and digital aesthetics. She has previously been involved with Resonance Extra, Balamii Radio, and London-based queer arts and events collective TREMORS TV. She also makes sound work informed by the relations between virtual and material.

Chloe is interested in the potentials for digital broadcasting technologies to create communities and expand access to Wysing, as well as the use of digital media to bring Wysing as a physical space into the virtual. Chloe also has a digital 3d/sound art practice.

Lucy Shipp 
Education Manager

Ask me about:

- Creative practice up to age 25, or those wanting to work with young people or community groups
- Supporting your Arts Award at any level
- General feedback
- Creative careers and opportunities
- Facilitating digital and in person engagement
- Education resources
- Education and community project planning and evaluation

Lucy Shipp joined Wysing in July 2018, having previously worked to develop projects and relationships with schools and young people across the University of Cambridge Museums. In 2016-17 Lucy was part of the Engage Extend Leadership programme. She has been working in museum and gallery education since graduating from University College Falmouth in 2010. She has previously held positions at Watts Gallery – Artists’ Village, Tate and the V&A.  

Lucy is passionate about the positive benefits of accessing and participating in the arts. She has experience developing projecst for and with a range of groups and individuals, including families, schools, young people, those identified as NEET, adults, youth support services, mental health groups, disability groups and communities. 

Ceri Littlechild
Head of Operations

Ask me about:

- Project budgets
- Budgets for funding applications
- Tracking budgets/budget formats
- Discussing fees and expenditure

Ceri joined Wysing in July 2018 and works as Head of Operations. Her role involves financial management, financial and activity reporting to funders, site and studio management, project and event management, staffing and recruitment. In previous roles, she has project managed public art commissions, at conception and installation stage. She also teaches drawing herself and arranges the programme of adult workshops at Wysing.