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Dive in your Creativity and Femininity

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Butterfly Theatre Presents;

Dive in your Creativity and Femininity

Butterfly Theatre is the Theatre of Transformations it is my own theatre practice moving and flowing with what we feel, physical theatre, movement and dance, social and spirituality, applied theatre and experimenting with Performance and Creative process.

In this workshop we are going to investigate and tap in your creativity and femininity working on creativity, softness, woman archetypes, connecting body, heart, mind, soul and nature.

During my 4 meetings one to one I want you be saved and free to be yourself and express in that way, we are going investigate with you how can you be more creative, dance, move, sing and performer if you wish I’ll share my awareness about womb healing and ways to unblock traumas in the solar plexus. Some subjects that we are going to work on;

What is the essence of feminine energy and connection with natural elements? Focus on  Water element

How to use your intuition and imagination? What is your creative side?

Diving your womb, meditation, connection and healing

Expresses your creativity and women nature archetypes

Dates: - 04/11/2021- zoom or skype sections-

How to apply – write an email explaining about your feelings and needs or any question to contactnovaes@gmail.com

Renatanovaes.com

Flyer photo Credit by Pyza Kestner

A bit about me

Hi! My name is Renata and it is a pleasure to meet you. I’m from Brazil and my favourite song is the African disco track ‘Free my People’, and I want to present as sarara creola, indigena, saltwater is sweet, whipped up by the high wind. My long career in theatre has given me enough experience to be an actress for educational and experimental theatre and I have worked on marvellous films that received nominations at the Cannes and Berlin film festivals, but all the while, I wanted to discover my own way of doing things, which is how I found in Performance Arts, and my Theatre Practice  called Butterfly Theatre where I could be inspired by nature, people, places, dreams and cultures. I’m also a nature photographer  and a cheese lover. Here I’m going to share with  you when I do things from my soul.

Love and water for all of us,

Renata Novaes

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4 weeks
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Creative Reboot: Workshops

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Part of Engage Scotland's sharing practice events across February and March 2021.

Overview

In collaboration with three freelance artist educators based in Scotland, Engage Scotland is offering sharing practice sessions aimed at gallery educators, artist educators and art and design teachers, during February and March.

These online sessions, delivered via Zoom, have been designed to support, refresh and reinvigorate your creative learning practice during lockdown.

When planning these sessions towards the end of 2020, and even before the introduction of the latest lockdown, we were mindful of just how hard teachers, artists and gallery educators have been working to create fun, interactive ways of delivering great creative learning opportunities in less than optimal conditions. We wanted to create space for three artist educators, who work in a range of settings, to share some of the ways that they have addressed the challenges of the last few months.

We’re doing that in two ways; first with a sharing practice session delivered via Zoom and then as a follow up, with a block of 4 Creative Reboot sessions, also delivered via Zoom.

The artists have put together this video to give context to these sessions:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jC9SMSCori8&feature=youtu.be

 

Event description and booking details

Creative Reboot - 4 week series

Dates: Fridays from 5-6pm, 19 February, 26 February, 5 March 12 March

As a follow up to our sharing practice session on 11 February, we’re going to bring together a smaller group of people to get creative, make art and learn by doing, again via Zoom.

We know that many galleries and arts organisations have been distributing creative resources and delivering online creative workshops during periods of closure.

By attending our Creative Reboot you will experience this blended approach to creative learning, as a participant. These workshops will offer opportunities for interaction and making, with creative resource packs being sent out to participants in advance.

Artists, Lou, Heather and Sam, will each lead a creative workshop before coming together for a final workshop focusing on creative ways of evaluation.

 

The artists’ workshops will cover:

Lou - Studio folders for a diverse making experience using Zoom as an interactive space.

Heather - Turning 2D into 3D: using ordinary materials, grow your own ideas and creative experiments to share with others.

Sam – Alternative art materials, using everyday objects to make a statement, including a short introductory film focusing on a virtual art club in West Lothian with the theme Art as protest

 

Fees:

  • Engage member freelancer £30
  • Non-member freelancer £40
  • Engage member organisation £60
  • Non-member organisation £80

 

Booking

Numbers at the Creative Reboot are limited to just 10 so please book early to secure your place. Places are limited to a maximum of two people from the same organisation.

Please note that postal addresses are required when booking so that resource packs can be sent to you.

Deadline for booking for these events is Wednesday 10 February 2021.

 

Artists’ biographies

Heather Lucchesi

Heather Lucchesi founded the social enterprise company Light Bulb Arts in Edinburgh in 2015 to explore the health and wellbeing benefits of taking part in creative art activities.

She sees visual art as a powerful form of communication, accessible for all ages and stages, and arguably more important now than ever.

With a background in textile design, art and design teaching (specialising in additional support needs for 10 years), gallery education and projects with carers and mental health charities, Heather continues to adapt to changing ways of working. Her first Zoom class started in March 2020 and is still going strong.

More than 30 years after graduating from Grays School of Art in Aberdeen, she remains enthusiastic, continues to learn and loves to collect and share ideas.

 

Sam Rutherford

Sam Rutherford is a digital artist specialising in community art projects. She has over 20 years of experience as a freelance art educator working at the National Galleries of Scotland with a variety of groups.

She has a passion for using the visual arts as a means for people to have their voice heard and has recently worked with young people and a homeless charity to explore different ways of doing this.

 

Louise K Fraser

Louise Fraser has been working as a teaching artist for 15 years. Her time is balanced between creating her own artwork from her Leith studio and her education practice.

Her practice is diverse and stems from her BA and MFA studies in Tapestry at Edinburgh College of Art which gave her multi-disciplinary view to creating art.

Since then she has been developing and expanding her knowledge and experience as a teaching artist, through formal and informal training.

Lou has undertaken numerous residencies, set up her own consultancy Lou. Kin Art. She has initiated and hosted a lockdown educator support collective, mentored young artists, and worked with Galleries and Councils across Scotland.

What drives her is the concept that learning opens the possibility of ART to everyone.

 

Technical requirements for attendees

You can attend this training from anywhere using a compatible computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone connected to the internet.

Please note, some organisations have additional security settings that may prevent you from accessing the training on a work device. Please check that your organisation permits access to Zoom. If they don’t provide access, we encourage you to use a personal device, if possible, as we are unable to provide refunds when there are issues with participants’ IT which prevent them from accessing a training session.

 

Refund Policy

If you are unable to attend the training for any reason the training fee will still apply. As a not-for-profit charity, Engage needs to ensure that we cover the running costs of delivering training, which means that we are unable to reimburse attendees if they are unable to participate in a training session.

Join Engage to benefit from discounted event fees plus professional development support, access to ground-breaking research projects, resources and publications and a national and international network of peers. http://www.engage.org/join

This event reflects Engage Scotland’s ongoing commitment to the policy asks of the Visual Arts Sector Manifesto https://www.visualartsmanifesto.scot/ launched in partnership with SCAN and the Scottish Artists Union.

If you have any questions about booking or would like this information in another format, please contact Sarah Yearsley, Engage Scotland Coordinator, scotland@engage.org Sarah works Monday – Wednesday for Engage.

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4 sessions, 1 hour each
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Friday, February 19, 2021 - 17:00
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Engage member freelancer £30 Non-member freelancer £40 Engage member organisation £60 Non-member organisation £80
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Ssarah Yearsley, scotland@engage.org

Experimental Knitting Workshop

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As part of the collaboration between Leyden Gallery and Whitechapel Gallery for the late-night event Nocturnal Creatures, Leyden Gallery’s doors will be open to the public for a night dedicated to art. 

It will be an opportunity to meet the artists featured in the exhibition and to join the artist Rosina Godwin in an amazing encounter where visitors can create their own nocturnal or imaginary creature badge to take away into the night, using either knitting or soft sculpture with bright colours, textures and neon/glow-in-the-dark yarns.

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20th July, 7pm - 9.30 pm
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Saturday, July 20, 2019 -
19:00 to 21:30
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Free Entry

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9 Leyden St, Spitalfields, London E1 7LE

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Info@leydengallery.com

Creative Writing in Carcassonne

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2018 Creative Writing Courses at The French House Party, Carcassonne
Sept 3-8: “Write Like No One’s Watching”.  6-day tutored course for beginners or experienced writers. £895.
Sept 10-16: “Pen&Think”.  7-day tutored retreat for more experienced writers requiring specific personal mentoring. £995

With a Sunday Times recommendation as one of the world’s 100 best holidays, these totally all-inclusive luxury courses - held at a chic house with swimming pool and tennis court in southern France - are tutored as always by the much-praised writing coach, poet and mentor Sarah Hymas.

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6 days and 7 days
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£895 and £995
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Domaine St Raymond,

11150 PEXIORA,

Occitaine, FRANCE

 

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Moira Martingale,

The Jaylands,

Abberley, Worcs. WR6 6BN

Computer Game Design Workshop at MadFabLab (for ages 8+)

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Calling all aspiring game developers!

In this workshop, you’ll how to make your own fully functional computer game from our onsite experts.

What you’ll learn:

Get the creative ideas flowing by playing on some great game examples

A quick storyboarding and planning session will help you find what type of game you’d like to create

Iron out any problems by testing your game with the group

When your game is finished, we’ll project a live demo on our big screen for the rest of the group to see.

Where available, games will be published online so you can continue to play after the session has ended.

We are offering two types of tickets for this workshop so please ensure you are purchasing correctly:

Design Solo: Create your very own game on your own workstation.

Design Together: Share a workstation with a friend or sibling and design a game together.

Who is this course for?

No experience is necessary.

Children must be accompanied by an adult (ticket not required).

Equipment you’ll need

All equipment will be provided on the day, you just need to bring yourself.

FAQs

I have accessibility needs, what kind of physical access do you have?

Unfortunately, the MadFabLab is on a first floor with no lift. We are actively pursuing leads on future space which will have improved access, but in the meantime please get in touch and we will work creatively to try and accommodate you.

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

The MadFabLab is in the Northern Quarter in Manchester.

There are a number of options for getting to us by public transport.

By tram

The nearest tram stop is Shudehill, on the Bury–Altrincham and Rochdale–East Didsbury lines. For other lines, Piccadilly Gardens is the closest and we are just 5 minutes walk away from here.

By bus

The nearest local bus station is Shudehill/Thomas Street, for visitors coming from North Manchester. For other local buses, Manchester Piccadilly Bus Station is located just 5 minutes walk away. The nearest national bus station is the Shudehill Bus Interchange, although Chorlton Street Bus Station is 20 minutes walk away.

By train

MadFabLab is less than 15 minutes walk away from both Manchester Piccadilly and Manchester Victoria train stations.

By air

From Manchester International Airport, there is a train station at Terminal 2 with regular trains to Manchester Piccadilly Train station which take approximately 35 minutes. Alternatively, taxis are available outside all terminals and will take roughly 30 minutes on a good day, costing around £25.

By car

If you are driving to reach us, there is limited on-street parking in the area. Alternatively, there is an NCP Car Park roughly two minutes walk away. Also, be warned that the Northern Quarter has a somewhat inscrutable one-way system so bring your sat nav.

By bike

Cyclists are always welcome and we have cycle storage next door at MadLab (36-40 Edge St).

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Email us on fab@madlab.org.uk

Phone us on 0161 839 6324

What’s the refund policy?

Please find MadLab’s Cancellation Policy on our website.

This course needs a minimum of 10 people to run. Why not sign up and encourage a friend to come too?

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Code-A-Drone Workshop at MadFabLab (for ages 8+)

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This workshop shows you the power of coding in a fun and creative environment. You’ll learn how to create your own drone controller by programming commands that enable a mini drone to take off, fly, turn, do stunts, take photos and land safely.

You will be provided with an iPad to build your coded controller and test your piloting skills, tackling our obstacle course with a mini drone to see who can score the most points.

We are offering two types of tickets for this workshop so please ensure you are purchasing correctly:

Code-A-Drone-Solo: Have a drone all to yourself and pilot it around our assault course!

Drone-With-A-Pal: If you’d like to bring a friend or sibling, you’ll be able to share the fun of flying and piloting your mini drone

Who is this course for?

No previous coding or drone flying experience is necessary.

Children must be accompanied by an adult (ticket not required).

Equipment you’ll need

All equipment will be provided on the day, you just need to bring yourself.

FAQs

I have accessibility needs, what kind of physical access do you have?

Unfortunately, the MadFabLab is on a first floor with no lift. We are actively pursuing leads on future space which will have improved access, but in the meantime please get in touch and we will work creatively to try and accommodate you.

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

The MadFabLab is next door to MadLab in the Northern Quarter (Manchester).

42 Edge Street
Manchester
M4 1HN
UK

There are a number of options for getting to us by public transport.

By tram

The nearest tram stop is Shudehill, on the Bury–Altrincham and Rochdale–East Didsbury lines. For other lines, Piccadilly Gardens is the closest and we are just 5 minutes walk away from here.

By bus

The nearest local bus station is Shudehill/Thomas Street, for visitors coming from North Manchester. For other local buses, Manchester Piccadilly Bus Station is located just 5 minutes walk away. The nearest national bus station is the Shudehill Bus Interchange, although Chorlton Street Bus Station is 20 minutes walk away.

By train

MadFabLab is less than 15 minutes walk away from both Manchester Piccadilly and Manchester Victoria train stations.

By air

From Manchester International Airport, there is a train station at Terminal 2 with regular trains to Manchester Piccadilly Train station which take approximately 35 minutes. Alternatively, taxis are available outside all terminals and will take roughly 30 minutes on a good day, costing around £25.

By car

If you are driving to reach us, there is limited on-street parking in the area. Alternatively, there is an NCP Car Park roughly two minutes walk away. Also, be warned that the Northern Quarter has a somewhat inscrutable one-way system so bring your sat nav.

By bike

Cyclists are always welcome and we have cycle storage next door at MadLab (36-40 Edge St).

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Email us on fab@madlab.org.uk

Phone us on 0161 839 6324

What’s the refund policy?

Please find MadLab’s Cancellation Policy on our website.

This course needs a minimum of 10 people to run. Why not sign up and encourage a friend to come too?

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2 hours
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£20

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