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Draw to Perform - Day of Alternative Drawing Workshops




The upcoming family workshop day by Draw to Perform will include four bookable workshops about drawing, provided by acclaimed artists and performers. The workshops will explore alternative ways to make marks, draw and express. These workshops will present different strategies for forming a dialogue between drawing, sound, movement, process and performance. Participants will draw live, share and discuss their outcomes and ideas. All workshops will target different groups and issues in contemporary drawing and will allow the general public the opportunity to experience an art form a first hand, work with and be tutored by some of the leading artists in their field.

Sun 2 Dec 2018, 10:00-18:00 - Schedule:

Workshop 1 (10:00-11:30) with Ram Samocha

Workshop 2 (12:00-13:30) with The enAball

Workshop 3 (14:00-15:30) with Nelly Lewis

Workshop 4 (16:00-17:30) with Xelís De Toro


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Workshop- Paper Cutting and Crafting at The Ugly Bread Bakery



Ever wondered how to create those complex designs by Rob Ryan, or those gorgeous multi layered greetings cards? Now you can! I will teach you how to design for paper cutting, how to cut and how to create a three dimensional greetings card or art work to show off to your friends and family! Using established techniques in paper craft I will take your designs and ideas to the next level! Come and join me for an morning of tranquility in the delicate world of paper cutting. 

All the materials are provided but if you would like to bring a design or idea please feel free! If you would like better idea of what we will be creating I have a Pinterest board full of images and ideas for the workshop:

The session includes:
A brief history of paper crafting
A brief session of kirigami
Designing for paper cutting
Creating an accordion card

The session takes place in Nottingham, UK

If you would like to attend this workshop please follow the Etsy  link below:

Workshop: D.I.Y Screen Printing- The Place Activity Centre 13/10/2018



D.I.Y Screen Printing is a great afternoon course to help you begin to master this diverse and exciting form of print making. Artist Sarah Holden will take you on a step by step tour of how to build your own screen scratch using inexpensive or found materials, then to create paper stencils and finally use them to print on your very own card and tote bags!

This workshop is aimed to provide you with all the skills and knowledge to print make simply and easily in the comfort of your own home. All materials are provided, but if you would like some inspiration there is a handy Pinterest board for you to look at.

If you would like to attend this event please head over to

Organic Sequence





Organic Sequence Workshop

(incorporating physical, ensemble and action techniques)

Nicolette Kay,  Artistic Director New Shoes Theatre,  will run the workshop.

The workshop is inspired by the method of Stanislavski and Eastern European theatre. The outcome achieves a physical and psychological connection between actors, which can create a valuable system of communication, focussing on impulse. All aspects of the technique can be utilised in future text and physical work.

The technique provides the opportunity for actors to extend their dynamic range.

The workshop will run from 30th July – 3rd August, 10am-4pm near Lambeth Bridge in a popup space which is why we are only charging £100 for the week!

The workshop will be very physical and loose clothing is required.

We are committed to diversity and equality of opportunity. We welcome applications from the widest diversity of backgrounds, culture and experience.

To submit an application, candidates should email the following to

– What you hope the workshop experience will give you. (about 250 words)

– detailed CV/résumé or your spotlight link

Places are limited and registration will be closed once a group is formed.  We will contact successful applicants with further details.

Call out: Artists & Workshop leaders engaging with Asylum, Migration and Refuge


Journeys Festival International celebrates the creative talents of exceptional refugee and asylum seeker artists, sharing the refugee experience through great art and culture. We are looking for artists from a refugee or asylum seeker background or working around themes of migration and displacement to lead a series of artist talks and family workshops between June-December 2018. The project will take place across the city of Portsmouth, with events taking place in libraries, community centres, cafes and schools. These activities will foster better dialogue around the issues that affect the RAS community and promote better social cohesion; and will culminate in a celebratory procession through the streets of Portsmouth as part of Journeys Festival in October 2018.

There are 2 strands to the project:

Coffee shop Conversations: To apply to deliver an artist talk over a hot drink in a community setting (with the University of Portsmouth) please email us a CV and Artist Statement (1 side of A4 max) with up to 5 images of your work.

Processional Fabrications: In addition to a CV and Artist Statement, to apply to also deliver one or several family workshops around themes of culture and refuge please include a proposal for your workshop(s) and some information about similar work you may have done previously (1 side of A4 max). As these workshops will aim to culminate in a processional event in October 2018, please include details of the anticipated outcome for the session- this could be banners, costumes, kites, flags or any other transportable creation.

There is a fee of £150 for each Family Workshop and a fee of £100 for each Coffee shop Conversation session exploring the artists' work (inclusive of travel expenses). There will be some additional money available to cover cost of materials.



Introduction to Print Making- A 6 week Course



This is a 6 week set of classes that will will cover four different variations on basic print making. Mono printing, screen printing, collagraph printing and lino cutting. These skills can then be expanded and developed on at home or in future classes. In these classes we will explore colour, textures and technique so each participant can produce a final A4 print of their chosen medium in the final week.

There is no previous experience of print making needed and all the materials will be provided. However, we do recommend you bring an apron!

These classes will begin 27/4/2018 and will run for 6 weeks. They will be held at Ten2 Art Gallery and Cafe in Hinkley.

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