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Guest Artist Support Sessions: Hester Chillingworth

Photo by Greg Goodale

We all need a little support right now, and Artsadmin’s Artist Support team is here for you. In addition to re-opening our one-to-one Creative Support Service in March, we’ve invited six fantastic artists who are each offering six one-hour sessions in March and April. These sessions are a place to speak about the big ideas of your art and dig into the creative corners you might feel stuck in.

Hester Chillingworth creates work which is playful and interventionist; work that elevates the everyday, while remaining accessible.

Introduction from Hester:
I make performance work, installations and texts.

My work is playful, low-key and interventionist.

I like using mundane and functional materials that anyone can lay their hands on, and the work often has a ‘too simplistic’ aesthetic.

It is work that would like to think it elevates the everyday, while remaining accessible.

The things I make frequently play with language, duration, mischief and confusion.

I am 2020 Jerwood New Playwright at The Royal Court Theatre, Industry Drama Fellow at the University of Hull, a Fellow of the Birkbeck Centre for Contemporary Theatre and Associate Artist at Cambridge Junction.

I am non-binary. My pronouns are they/them.

I will not work on projects that have an all-white, all-cis team.

I am particularly interested in talking with people whose work plays with form and moves between disciplines, people who might engage with the idea of Queering as a mode of practice, and artists who identify as mid-career or ‘older’.

About this session

This is a one-hour session with Hester, focusing on questions and support for your career in the arts.

These sessions are now filled but you can still book a Creative Support Session with one of the Artsadmin team.

This workshop series is supported by The National Lottery Community Fund.

The National Lottery Community Fund in black

These sessions are delivered online via Zoom. We can embed captions via captions and offer BSL interpretation upon request.

Date and time

17 March – 14 April 2021
Various times

Please note
This is now a past event.