Fire vs. Water: JMW Turner and John Constable, rivals in landscape. A talk by Dr Amy Concannon curator at Tate Britain
Dr Amy Concannon is a curator at Tate Britain. She is a specialist in art of the Romantic period, particularly landscape painting and the work of Turner, Constable and William Blake.
Charles Landry is an international authority on the use of imagination and creativity in urban change. He is currently a fellow at the Robert Bosch Academy in Berlin. He invented the concept of the Creative City in the late 1980’s.
Come and learn how to darn and mend your garments. Katy and Kath will discuss darning and mending trends and why repairing your clothes should be every person’s favourite hobby.
Following her ‘Sew on the go’ talk at 1pm, book onto Mary-Jane’s workshop to make a macrame hanger out of recycled material.
Activate your art. Each Activation is a 45 minute session to access guidance and support in the activation of women's art. This could be your own or that of another person.
Sheridan will be in conversation with Nancy Trotter Landry (Giffords Circus) to discuss her work as a performance and visual artist.
Co-Motion is an all-day free event celebrating electronic, electroacoustic, ambient and experimental music. Artists who have previously performed at Sounds for a Small Space will be playing live music throughout the day.
The official launch event for ‘Motion’, a new collaborative album by Toby Marks & Andrew Heath. ‘Motion’ is an immersive soundscape, blending piano, guitars and electronics to produce endlessly changing ambient music evoking images of machinery and nature.
There is something fundamentally significant about Sheridan’s work, both in its geographical momentum and in its intellectual and creative capacity to explore and challenge the meandering ways of shaping, unshaping and reshaping the female identity.
Assemble is a multi-disciplinary collective working across architecture, design and art, and in 2015 were awarded the Turner Prize for their on-going work in ‘Granby Four Streets’, Liverpool. This talk is an Atelier/ SVA collaboration as part of the OWN project.
Roughart cabaret with a spoken word spine. Featuring Perrier-nominee Phil Kay... plus voice-and-loop spoken word from international star of stage and street Pete The Temp. Plus human Diazepam Miserable Malcolm.