The Rural Art mentorship Program (RAMP) is a ten-month mentorship for up to five professional visual artists from the Eastman Region. Led by professional painter Brenna George, RAMP is a four-weekend intensive with studio visits, designed specifically to meet the needs of rural visual artists in Manitoba. The four in-person meetings will be hosted by the Winnipeg River Arts Council in Lac du Bonnet. The program will culminate in a final exhibition at the Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba’s community gallery.
RAMP is a partnership between Mentoring Artists for Women’s Art (MAWA) and the Manitoba Arts Network (MAN).
Find out more information on how to apply here.