Mind too work-focused to realise your body is freezing/starving/knackered? Then you definitely need a dram…
APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED.
Uniting lone working, whisky drinking artists usually locked inside their own thoughts and studios, this sensory weekend workshop will use whisky as both medium and catalyst to renew your mind-body connection. Because an artist cannot exist as a head alone.
This DIY is for 5-7 participants who:
This workshop is open to all practicing artists aged 18+. Contributions towards travel and accommodation can be discussed for participants coming from outside of Brighton.
Applications are invited via the link below. Requirements include a short statement about you, your practice, and your interest in the DIY, plus answers to the following questions:
APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED.
Dates: 9-10 Sept 2017
Times: 1pm-late (Sat), then 12noon – 5pm (Sun)
Zoe Toolan is a multidisciplinary artist from the north, now living in Brighton. Social interaction, the nature of experience and our relationship with 'things' are recurring explorations within her practice, and she regards any workshop/event she hosts as artist/whisky professional as a time-based, participatory happening. Her live projects have been shown at various locations including Secret Garden Party, she has a piece in the Sluice_ archive, and she is currently a fine art tutor at the Art Academy in London. www.zklt.co.uk
If you have questions about this project, please contact Zoe.
This DIY is supported by The Marlborough Pub and Theatre.
Banner image credit:
image courtesy of the artist
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