Counterpoint: When I am thrown against a sharp white background
Radar workshop led by SERAFINE1369 and Kopano Maroga
SERAFINE1369 (Jamila Johnson-Small) and Kopano Maroga lead a Radar workshop on articulating your artistic practice
Writing about and articulating your own practice(s) can be a fraught and often solitary process. In this workshop we propose questions that can act as counterpoints to support your thinking and feeling around what it is that you do and why it is that you do it.
The workshops comprises of two components:
- a self-reflexive immersion in a series of questions offered as pre-recorded readings
- followed by a debrief session facilitated by SERAFINE1369 (Jamila Johnson-Small) and Kopano Maroga for conversation and collective reflections. Prompts for moving thinking, sensing and articulating positions and resetting artistic intentions.
This workshop is supported by The National Lottery Community Fund.
- Closed captions will be provided with Otter.ai
- BSL interpretation is available on request. When you book, book a ‘BSL user’ ticket so we know if BSL is required, please allow two weeks’ notice of booking so we can arrange this.
- The event takes place on Zoom. We recommend that you download Zoom on to your device prior to the event. Please see this easy read guide to Zoom put together by our friends Access All Areas.
- We will have a guardian in the online workshop at all times, so if you ever feel unwell or unsafe, they will be able to support you.
- Please email email@example.com if you have any further access requests
Date and time
9 June 2021
Participants will receive the first component (self-reflective immersion, received as audio files) on 8 June.
The second component (the online workshop) is on 9 June, 6:30-8:30pm.
This is now a past event.