From July 28th to 30th I will be participating in a Summer School at Rame Head in Cornwall organised by Dr Natalie Raven of Marjons University. Along with seven other artists and performers I will spend two and a half days in workshops, discussion, eating and being together in the coastal landscape at Maker Heights and the Rame peninsula. The theme is ‘innovative approaches to actor training in nature’ and we will present a sharing of work in progress or findings or thoughts on Saturday 30th July between 1300 and 1500hrs. More information here: https://marjonxrame.blogspot.com/
On 24th and 26th August 2020, I will run a two-part online workshop as part of the PITCH programme of events for CAMP (Contemporary Art Membership Plymouth) .
What Time is Art? is an investigation of time in (y)our art practice. Over two 2-hour sessions we will discuss ideas of time in relation to art practice(s). The sessions will address how a story of making is told, how telling it locates it in time, and how the told story endures or is lost.
Booking is via the CAMP website.