Workshop on Care

Workshop on Care

Postby Something Human » Tue Oct 27, 2015 6:23 pm

5 November, 6.30 – 8.30pm, Thursday
Deptford Lounge (Meeting Rooms 1&2, Library)
Leaders: Christina Vasileiou and Gina Theodotou
Free, 16+ (limited availability, to book please email: somethinghuman.info@gmail.com)

This is a workshop that aims to artistically explore what care means to each one of us.
The workshop will engage participants with meaningful and thought provoking practical artistic activities, which will enable their own stories to unfold into aesthetically beautiful pieces of work.
Artistic practices, as drama techniques and exercises from physical theatre, devising and creative writing, are activities explicitly designed to offer the participants the means to express themselves freely, by sharing and deeply reflecting on each other’s stories without feeling exposed. The workshop’s participants will eventually create and share little artistic pieces of  ‘transformations’ and ‘translations’ of their own life experiences and understandings of care in meaningful and sometimes intuitive, verbal and/or  physical ways.
The Workshop on Care is engaging, thought provoking, expressive but most of all fun. For everyone above sixteen years old (no previous acting experience and/ or any other artistic skills are required).
PLEASE NOTE:
–       Wear comfortable clothes.
–       Please bring in for the workshop an object that means something special to you and relates to any experience of care. You will not be asked to share or present it to the group.

This workshop is part of Couldn’t Care Less, a week-long live art project curated by Something Human in collaboration with curator Vipash Purichanont. The project is presented in partnership with Deptford Lounge in Southeast London as the second edition of CCLAP (Cross Cultural Live Art Project) and will take place from 2nd to 8th November 2015. For the full programme and further information visit http://cclap.me
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