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London

Who Cares? Workshop

Especially for participative & co-creating artists

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Who Cares? Workshop
Who Cares? Workshop

Time & Location

25 Mar 2024, 18:00 – 20:30

London, 6-8 Somers Rd, London E17 6RX, UK

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About the event

Do your art trail plans include...

Inviting neighbours to create artwork with you?

Delivering participative projects with community groups?

Co-creating artwork with local residents?

Collective creative activism? 

Embarking on new creative collaborations?

Running income generating workshops?

Join this 2 hour practical workshop to explore some of the opportunities, challenges, complexity and impact of centring care in your work. This workshop will support you to consider how you achieve your creative vision while scaling your offer around the complexity of your life. You'll connect with and learn from other art trail projects and artists through a series of creative and reflective prompts.

E17 Art Trail artists have a reputation for generous invitations.  Many invite neighbours and art trail visitors to co-create art projects together, to join as creative activists, and to try specialist workshops.  

Chloe Osborne is leading this workshop specially devised for art trail artists. 

Overview of the workshop

  • How does care manifest in your work with participants?

Exploring the balance of artist-led and participant-led approaches

> mapping practice through art trail case studies, exploring intention and impact

  • Sitting in the mess of it

Unpicking the complexity of radical care

> getting to the roots of what care means to/for you (and potential participants)

  • An investigation of tools for centring care

Doing the maintenance work

> moving towards a sustainable, values-led, adaptive practice

Chloe Osborne is an Artist and Creative Director with 20 years experience in the socially engaged arts sector.

She has built and nurtured a portfolio career, working at the intersection of arts, community and development.

This has encompassed institutional roles, strategic consultancy, self-initiated and community co-designed artistic collaborations, and partnerships across the UK & Internationally. She is the co-director of Project AWE (Artists With Elbows) which collaborates with a network of international artists, using creativity to connect people across chasms.

"To care is to disrupt! This workshop will fuel your practice with thinking, strategies and tools for disruption!"

We'll have refreshments and snacks to welcome you. 

We plan for the core part of the workshop to complete by 8.30pm. You are welcome to continue conversations until 9pm by which time we will be preparing to lock up.

Tickets

  • Who Cares? Pay What You Can

    Thank you for donating towards the costs for this evening of continuing creative development for artists planning participative and/or socially engaged events for the E17 Art Trail

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  • Who Cares? Free

    An evening of continuing creative development for artists planning participative and/or socially engaged events for the E17 Art Trail

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