Art Works: Free Visual Art Workshops

Outspoken Arts invite you to join them for Art Works a programme of workshops in the visual arts being held between the 16th February and 13th March!

Art Works: Free Visual Art Workshops

About Art Works: Free Visual Art Workshops

16th Feb 2021 to 13th Mar 2021
See event description for details
Online Event
Free but booking required
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This initial programme of workshops will be delivered by leading artists, online via Zoom. Participants are required to register to attend. These workshops are aimed at young people, school leavers, and those not in further education, employment or training. Year of birth and postal address will be required on registration. Participants will be posted a FREE materials pack.

WORKSHOP TIMETABLE
Tue 16 Feb, 5-7pm: Katie McGroarty – Drawing Workshop
Wed 17 Feb, 5-7pm: Katie McGroarty – Drawing Workshop
Fri 19 Feb, 10am-12noon: Amanda Lightbody – Photography Workshop – Part 1
Fri 19 Feb, 12noon-2pm: Giacinta Frisillo – Film Workshop
Fri 19 Feb, 2pm-4pm: Amanda Lightbody – Photography Workshop – Part 1
Sat 20 Feb, 10am-12noon: Amanda Lightbody – Photography Workshop – Part 1
Sat 20 Feb, 12noon-2pm: Giacinta Frisillo – Film Workshop
Sat 20 Feb, 2pm-4pm: Amanda Lightbody – Photography Workshop – Part 1
Mon 22 Feb, 11am-1pm: Sara Sonas – Reuse Art Workshop
Mon 22 Feb, 3pm-5pm: Sara Sonas – Clay Workshop
Tue 23 Feb, 5-7pm: Katie McGroarty – Drawing Workshop
Wed 24 Feb, 5-7pm: Katie McGroarty – Drawing Workshop
Fri 26 Feb, 12noon-2pm: Giacinta Frisillo – Film Workshop
Sat 27 Feb, 12noon-2pm: Giacinta Frisillo – Film Workshop
Tue 2 Mar 11am-1pm: Sara Sonas – Reuse Art Workshop
Tue 2 Mar 3pm-5pm: Sara Sonas – Clay Workshop
Tue 2 Mar, 5pm-7pm: Katie McGroarty – Drawing Workshop
Wed 3 Mar, 5pm-7pm: Katie McGroarty – Drawing Workshop
Fri 5 Mar, 10am-12noon: Amanda Lightbody – Photography Workshop – Part 1
Fri 5 Mar, 12noon-2pm Giacinta Frisillo – Film Workshop
Fri 5 Mar, 2pm-4pm: Amanda Lightbody – Photography Workshop – Part 1
Sat 6 Mar, 10am-12noon: Amanda Lightbody – Photography Workshop – Part 1
Sat 6 Mar, 12noon-2pm: Giacinta Frisillo – Film Workshop
Sat 6 Mar, 2pm-4pm: Amanda Lightbody – Photography Workshop – Part 1
Tue 9 Mar, 5pm-7pm: Katie McGroarty – Drawing Workshop
Wed 10 Mar, 5pm-7pm: Katie McGroarty – Drawing Workshop
Thu 11 Mar 11am-1pm: Sara Sonas – Reuse Art Workshop
Thu 11 Mar, 3pm-5pm: Sara Sonas – Clay Workshop
Fri 12 Mar, 12noon-2pm: Giacinta Frisillo – Film Workshop
Sat 13 Mar, 12noon-2pm: Giacinta Frisillo – Film Workshop

In line with Creative Scotland’s values of creative learning this programme would not only be beneficial from an individual aspect but also a societal level.

This programme would consist of a series of workshops that would focus on a particular theme / skill / medium / practice and teams of teens to young adults would work together to produce a piece ‘work’. Each workshop will be delivered by an emergent artist who is well versed in a particular type of theme, skill, medium, practice. The primary objective of these workshops is for young people to see the different career opportunities available in the arts and design.

The individual will hopefully gain a better understanding of their own creative inclinations and how to channel their creativity into marketable or career making skills. The secondary objective to these workshops to the cultural activity is the social aspect of peer integration with group tasking as opposed to solo efforts. A group of peers with similar interests conversing to problem solve and working as a part of a team. We will encourage the networking of young people through collaborative creative working. The intercommunication of young creatives from the same areas, who have similar artistic aspirations, to establish local connections is imperative to building enterprising creative organisations for its citizens and improving community resilience.

This would then include all 3 areas of Creative Scotland’s definition of creative learning. As the participants would be learning ‘in’ an art form, developing several creative learning skills and approaches but also ‘through’ an art form – sociable, teamwork and problem-solving skills.

This project supports the emergent artists involved and provides quality arts workshops that are geographically and financially accessible for the youth communities of our focus areas.

While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for Art Works: Free Visual Art Workshops are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment. All information (whether in text or photographs) is given in good faith but should not be relied upon as being a statement of representation or fact.

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