We are delighted to announce the participants for our 2022 New Critics Programme, our unique opportunity for new and early career arts and culture critics to develop their critical voice. لعبه كونكر
This year’s programme was originally due to take place throughout VAULT Festival 2022. Following the cancellation of the festival, we’ve redeveloped the New Critics Programme to take place throughout the early months of 2022, providing the participants with expert mentorship, support in getting reviews published, and free tickets to both live and digital live performances. روليت مباشر
For 2022, we’re pleased to welcome back leading arts critics Rosemary Waugh and Ava Wong Davies as our New Critics Programme mentors. Rosemary and Ava will support the participants of the programme, offering feedback on reviews, leading open group discussions amongst the critics, and provide one-to-one mentoring. لعبة ملك الدومينو
This year’s participants have been selected from hundreds of applications, and we’re pleased to introduce them to you:
Tara Okeke is a writer and artist from London interested in the intersections between the arts and architecture, health and social history. Taiwo Ava Oyebola is a writer from London who was selected for the Anthem Programme for Black writers. And Ella Satin is an arts critics with experience in film, theatre, music, dance and comedy.
You can read the full biographies of our New Critics Programme mentors and participants, as well as learn more about the programme, by visiting the New Critics Programme page.