About this Event
Join Collage Arts for our fourth Creative Futures event of 2020; Multi-disciplinaries: Curation Session workshop.
Are you a multi-disciplinary artist/ polymath? Do you work with some or all of the following: photography, moving image, visual art, design/graphic design, sound/music?
If so, join our interactive workshop to explore ways to collate and curate your work.
Through our workshop we will provide the space to explore your lockdown/ post-lockdown experience of 2020. Supporting you to use your own creative pieces (photographs, videos, visual art) to curate a visual diary & produce a short visual piece.
For this workshop you will need:
Photographs, videos (with or without sound) you have taken or made during lockdown/ post- lockdown that you would be happy to show and work.
Access to a laptop/computer
A free Canva account: https://www.canva.com
Book your free ticket now to secure your place and to receive a Zoom link for the event.
Date: Wednesday, 11th November 2020
Time: 5.15pm - 7.30pm BST(17:15 - 19:30)
Location: Online via Zoom
5.10pm: Zoom Waiting Room Opens
5.15pm - 5.20pm: Welcome & introduction to the event
5.20pm - 5.40pm: Activity #1
5.40pm - 5.55pm: Workshop #1- Collating
5.55pm - 6.00pm: 5 minute break
6.00pm - 6.25pm: Workshop #1 continued- Curating
6.25pm - 6:35pm: 10 minute break
6:35pm - 7.00pm: Workshop #2 Creating a short visual piece & group activity
7.00pm - 7.05pm: 5 minute break
7:05pm- 7:20pm: Showcase
7.20pm - 7.25pm: Upcoming events and event close
Any questions, you can email us: email@example.com
Creative Futures is a project designed by and for womxn and non-binary people of colour aged 18+ looking to develop their creative practice in film, photography, poetry, writing, visual art and design. Through a series of events and workshops, we aim to create a safe online community and network for womxn and non-binary people of colour to create new work, learn and share skills, explore their artistry and share their stories from Lockdown through their artistic practice.
This project is funded by Arts Council England.
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