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Field of Action - Performative Drawing - The Workshops

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Field of Action - Performative Drawings & Paintings. A Draw to Perform project at Canning Gallery, London, March 2022

 

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Workshop 1 - Saturday 12 March 10:00-12:00

Workshop 2 - Sunday 13 March 10:00-12:00

There will be two bookable workshop sessions in this upcoming project by Draw to Perform. The workshops will explore drawing performance and strategies for forming a dialogue between drawing, painting, sound, process and performance. Participants will draw live, share and discuss their outcomes and ideas. Workshops will target different groups and issues in drawing and performance. It will allow the general public the opportunity to experience an art form first-hand, work with and be tutored by some of the leading artists in their field.

All of the workshops are suitable for all ages (12+) and do not require prior drawing or performance experience. All drawing materials will be provided.

Please note Canning Gallery has limited space capacity and workshops have limited numbers of tickets. Book your tickets online as soon as possible and reserve your participation in this event.

 

Saturday 12 March 10:00-12:00

Body painting. Personal History. Performance

Workshop with KV Duong

The workshop will focus on strategies and ideas on how to weave one’s life history into your practice, specifically in a performative context. KV will introduce his practice and share sources of ideas and experimentation. Participants will get a demonstration and then try out themselves the following topics: using your body as a paint brush, using sound sourced from youtube and real life (e.g., your voice) and looping the audio, using video projection and video looping/ layering.

Technical requirement: Smart phone with free app ‘Meitu’ downloaded

KV Duong (b.1980 Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam) is a London-based artist with a practice that spans painting, sculpture, and performance. Duong grew up in Canada to Chinese Vietnamese parents displaced by the Vietnam War. In his work he explores themes of migration and cultural assimilation, through a re-examination of his parents’ and his own experiences. War trauma and integration correlate with the artist’s coming out as a gay Asian man.

Duong is a self-taught artist with a background in structural engineering. He has performed at Stockholm Supermarket International Art Fair and at various London venues including Raymond Revue Bar. Duong will have his first UK institutional exhibition at the Migration Museum in April 2022.

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Sunday 13 March 10:00-12:00

From Drawing to Painting Live

Workshop with Ram Samocha

This workshop with Draw to Perform's director Ram Samocha will focus the shift from drawing to painting live. The workshop will concentrate on the connection between sharing the process and layering the marks. It will also combine between elements of movement and stillness while making marks and using sound. Participants will experiment with this performative art practice and talk about possible options of working and creating art in real time.

Ram Samocha is a multi-disciplinary artist who currently resides in Brighton, UK. Samocha’s work combines drawing with video, installation, sound, and live performance. Samocha often mixes modern and traditional drawing techniques while searching for new ways to combine between 2D and 3D work. Samocha is the founder of Draw to Perform, an international gathering of artists and theorists involved in drawing performance. Samocha’s work has been recognized nationally and internationally and his work is part of various museums and private collections. 

 

Deadline: 
12/March/2022
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NFT Seminar

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NFT Seminar
https://theroyallist.com/nft-seminar

Sign Up Deadline:
Wednesday, May 12th, 2021

Zoom Date & Time:
Thursday, May 13th, 2021 - 8-9PM

Deadline: 
12/May/2021
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Open Call for the new production: Mist

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We are happy to announce the first collaboration between Casa Womb Mexico and La Pacha Apapacha!

 

The workshop "Beyond Corporeal Pore | Más allá de los poros corporales" will have a total duration of 12 hours and a cost of US$50.

 

Those selected for the Workshop / Audition will be communicated through their personal email on February 21, 2021. They will have until February 24 to cover their quota, otherwise, their place will go to the next on the waiting list.

 

At the end of the Workshop, the participants who so wish, will present scenes to audition for the cast of our next production: MIST. There will be a minimum of two paid functions.

 

To apply, please send the following material to lapachaapapacha@gmail.com:

 

- 1 headshot, 1 full body photo

- Full CV

- A paragraph about your motivations and expectations (in the body of the email)

 

We are loooking forward to working with you!

Best regards,

Joui Turandot & Juliana Spínola.

Prize summary: 
Paid
Deadline: 
20/February/2021

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Rock Band with Deerhoof

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CAMP is a residential arts facility in the French Pyrenees. It's a place where great art is made, new movements are formed, new ideas are explored and groundbreaking people are nurtured. CAMP is located in Aulus les Bains, the last village before the France/Spain Pyrenean frontier chain. The location is spectacular - we are nestled at 750m above sea level, surrounded by snowcapped peaks over 3000m high, ancient forests and cascading waterfalls. There are eagles, lammergeiers, vultures, ibex and bears. Walk out of the residency, and within ten minutes you are completely alone in one of the most beautiful mountain landscapes in Europe. Aulus les Bains is also a spa village - there are hot water springs, and a thermal spa in the village to take advantage of the healing and relaxing properties of the water.
    
Workshop dates: 06/10/2021 - 2021-10-11
    
Labelled by Pitchfork as "the best band in the world" and the New York Times as "one of the most original rock bands to have come along in the last decade", Deerhoof is Greg Saunier, Satomi Matsuzaki, John Dieterich and Ed Rodriguez. Kicking off in San Francisco in the mid-90s, the band have evolved through lineups and styles, tirelessly probing the outer limits of rock, pop and noise. They've toured with Radiohead, Flaming Lips, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Beck, curated Sonic City festival in Belgium, headlined Big Ears Festival, and released over 20 albums. Like Pitchfork said, best band in the world. Meanwhile, the institutions of modern music academia have slowly but surely focused their gaze on the band - Deerhoof's genre irreverance, unbridled invention and unique approach to ensemble playing cannot be ignored as a valuable asset of the avant-garde.

This workshop is an opportunity to spend five days in the epic Pyrenean mountains with Deerhoof, learning, discussing, developing your playing, building new musical connections and opening your rock band mind. It's about playing technique, improvisation, collaboration, composition, space, interaction and listening - all the things that make an ensemble work. Over five days, a small group of adventurous players will split down into ensembles, develop playing techniques and musical interaction skills, building new work every day under the guidance of the four members of Deerhoof, ending each day with a performance and feedback session. In the downtime we'll hang out, listen to music, watch films, drink wine, swim in the river and hike in the forests and peaks of the Pyrenees.

The workshop is open to people of all musical abilities, and players of all instruments (including traditional rock band stuff but also computers, field recordings or anything else). Throughout the workshop our extensive recording facilities will be available for use, and we'll work towards gathering recordings for a final release on CAMP Editions.

Deadline: 
01/June/2021
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ARTHOUSE JERSEY VIRTUAL RETREAT 2020

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17th November 2020 - 21st November 2020

Digitally connecting artists from across the world

Calling all Artists! Theatre-Makers. Dancers. Filmmakers. Writers. Visual Artists. Musicians. Designers. Story-Tellers...

ArtHouse Jersey is seeking established and emerging artists from all backgrounds and practices to apply for an inspiring 5 days of creative workshops facilitated remotely by Sue Hill (Wildworks, Eden Project). This new virtual retreat will support artists to re-engage with their practice and explore new approaches to making work, particularly in light of the challenges associated with the pandemic.

 

Over the last few months our lives have been impacted in immeasurable ways. This is an opportunity to come together in a safe environment and use the tools and platforms that are currently available to us to collaborate with artists without the pressure of a deadline or expectation of a fully finished outcome. Artists will be taken through a programme of fast paced exercises and activities designed to motivate, engage and reawaken your creative muscles. 

 

This is a virtual creative retreat and so participants will need to have access to the internet and a safe working environment. Artists will be required to commit approximately 5 hours a day to the retreat although not all of this will be contact time with the facilitation team. The retreat will utilise digital platforms such as Zoom to scaffold communication but there will be lots of time dedicated to practically making work, exploring your local environment and getting your hands dirty.

 

We welcome artists of all disciplines and backgrounds. You must be over the age of 18 and professionally committed to your craft. We particularly welcome applications from artists who regularly present work to an audience either through performance, exhibition, showcase or targeted community outreach. We ask for artists to be open minded and have a generous attitude towards working with others.

Deadline: 
12/October/2020

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Free
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Open Call for Artists and Creative Practitioners to create fun and engaging online content for Milton Keynes Arts Centre

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Milton Keynes Arts Centre is commissioning fun and engaging creative learning content for our website.

Application deadline: 30 May 2020
Shortlist week commencing 01 June 2020
Content delivery deadline: 19 June 2020*

*Content will be released weekly from Monday 29 June via our website and across our social channels.

We are seeking short artist-led workshops to follow at home, and practical demonstrations exploring a range of arts practice, aimed at our online communities. We would like to see proposals for content which encourages creative thinking and provides inspiration for our audiences.

These are extraordinary times and we are committed to supporting artists, creative practitioners and communities in Milton Keynes and beyond. If you have an idea you would like to discuss before making an application, please email us.

Artist brief – what we are looking for

Milton Keynes Arts Centre is keen that both our regular course participants and new online audiences have access to a program of creative learning opportunities in these times of isolation and social distancing.

We aim to commission artists to deliver content for online distribution, which will be free to the public and accessed through our website.

While we encourage experimentation, we would also welcome workshops and demonstrations which align with our currently on hold programme of creative courses

We require each piece of proposed content to be between 10–15 minutes. Artists will receive £75 artist fee inclusive of VAT, per content, which includes editing and prep time (equivalent to 3hours work). Please provide a minimum of 2 proposed sessions and maximum of 6; from which we will choose a selection. Please note we may only wish to commission one out of a possible 6 proposed workshops/ demos.

Materials costs will be reimbursed up-to a total of £5.00 per workshop or demonstration. Please include an outline of expenses as part of your proposal.

The £75 per workshop/ demonstration fee will cover all costs including:
Liaison with Milton Keynes Arts Centre
Planning*
Production & editing
Delivery

*We are aware that the timeframe for planning and post-production is limited, and understand you may not be able to develop new content. If this is the case, we are happy for workshops and demonstrations to be based on your current or previous work. However, ask that you please do not submit anything that is already available on your website, Vimeo, YouTube or other channels.

Editing and production
All proposed content must be able to be created safely within current government guidelines and restrictions surrounding COVID-19.
For video and audio, we expect artists to have the equipment and skills to record and edit their own content.If you would like to supply a series of images and instructions, please note we will not consider word documents, low resolution jpegs or PDFs. Once shortlisted, we will provide a structure for work to be produced within.

Your proposal - please include the following
Max 200 word description: what will participants make/ what are the techniques/ effects you would like to demonstrate.
Who your content is for: adults, children, everyone?
What materials will someone watching from home need? Please provide some alternative solutions i.e. vegetable dyes instead of watercolours.
5 words or phrases which describe desired learning outcomes.
Equipment and/ or program specifications you intend to use.

Please also submit your CV and cover letter including a short outline of your past experience facilitating creative workshops including examples/ images, no more than 1 side of A4. This can be ‘offline’ workshops, however if you have experience hosting workshops digitally, please let us know.

Deadline: 
30/May/2020

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Fee Detail: 
£75 artist fee
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