WhiteFeather is looking forward to deepening her professional relationship with emerging artist, Sophia Borowska, who was awarded funding for a one-year term by Emploi Québec’s Jeunes Volontaires (Young Volunteers) program. WhiteFeather will work with Sophia as her project mentor, in the development of the administrative side of her textile practice while she builds a new body of work towards securing her first solo exhibition. Visit Sophia Borowska’s website, here. WhiteFeather has worked with Sophia over the past four years in various capacities as a textile artist and arts administrator.
The Young Volunteers program is meant to support emerging entrepreneurs, between the ages of 16 and 29, in developing new skills while working on a project of their own design, to gain hands-on work experience. More info on the Young Volunteers program here.