The mentoring / coaching programme is open to creative practitioners and individuals committed to purposeful growth and development in their personal and/or professional practices.
Led by dblspce co-founder Sab Koh, who is trained in ontological coaching and methodologies, the mentorship programme facilitates the emergence of new possibilities in the personal and/or professional life of an individual. Individuals will need to commit to their identified role as a mentee / coachee. Through a designed format, they will be made aware of the participation, construction and co-creation of their life concerns, choices and values.
The mentorship is tailored to each practitioner and can be delivered independently or integrated into a studio residency.
Who should apply?
Creative practitioners who are highly conscious and motivated to create change;
Individuals who are curious about their growth potential;
Individuals interested in transforming their worldview and capacity for action, or to initiate conversations in and around the arts.
How is the mentorship / coaching programme delivered?
Each session is one-hour and takes place at dblspce or via an online platform (e.g. Zoom).
For coaching, we recommend a commitment of 6 sessions over a two-month period, of a payment of SGD100 per session. There will be a rebate of 10% upon completion of 6 sessions.
What can I expect during these sessions?
Together with the mentor / coach, you will:
Assess key goals and professional aspirations;
Identify areas you would like to develop, explore and work on;
Engage in 1-to-1 consultations of tailored exercises and activities.
To apply, please email the following to email@example.com:
A personal statement which outlines your personal and/or professional background, interests and what you hope to achieve from the mentorship / coaching programme;
Proposed schedule availability.
Applicants are assessed on the basis of their personal motivation to embark on the mentorship / coaching programme. Successful applicants will be informed within 1 - 2 weeks of their application.