A free workshop for creatives aged 16-19.
As part of Metal New Artist Network.
Crux, hosted by guest artist Scottee.
1 hour workshop and optional sharings.
Monday 2 November, 6pm – 7pm.
Monday 9 November, 6pm – 7pm.
Monday 9 November, 7.30pm – 8.30pm.
Crux is an introductory workshop led by Scottee. An hour of your life which will help you stop sounding like an artist who is using big words for the sake of it.
This workshop will not help you make an artwork or realise an idea, instead it’s an evening of short scribbling tasks that help you understand why you wanna make work, who it is for and what is the reason you are making it.
In a time when our personal experiences are a driving force for making art, when political decisions are having direct effect on our lives and our understanding of what comes next after covid unknown, Scottee will help you distil your ideas and find your words.
This workshop would be useful for anyone wanting to find ways of articulating themselves and their work, for artists writing funding applications or those making / wanting to make work using text.
TO JOIN :
Please register for our young artists network by clicking here.
We will send you booking info for this, and all future training events.
About Scottee :
Scottee is a self taught artist who makes political performance, sound stuff and things for walls. He is the co-founder of Scottee & Friends Ltd – a collective of artists, producers and participants working across the UK. Scottee is an associate artist at HOMEMcr and is the founder of the Working Class Artist Group. Scottee is also one of the token common people allowed on BBC Radio 4 and creator and host of After The Tone podcast. You can also find thirsty selfies of him on instagram.
This workshop is supported by Festival Bridge, Curious Minds, Royal Opera House Bridge and Arts Council England
About Metal New Artist Network
Our online programmes aim to keep you creatively active and connected to your peers and cultural organisations. It’s a chance to learn new skills from professional artists and keep inspired. If a workshop is not in your art form, just have a go and see where it takes you ie If it’s a visual arts workshop then musicians and performers are also welcome.
Each workshop is followed by the chance to re-group in a supportive environment, to share the work you have created with others and consider what you might do with it. You can choose to attend the workshop and the sharing or just the workshop.