An imaginative arts practitioner with proven experience in workshop facilitation and creative programming. I collaborate with artists, galleries and not for profits to design and facilitate inclusive art-making sessions for communities of individuals in need of inspiration. In my work, I incorporate play-based learning and intuitive practices to restore mindfulness, release anxieties and stimulate one’s sense of exploration and discovery. Let’s start a conversation about your ideas or collaborate on projects via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Play Orbit, Tour de Moon, UNBOXED: Creativity in the UKCommissioned to deliver a workshop and produce a collaborative, one-off publication championing community input and radical DIY spaces. The project investigated the Moon as an active participant and witness to new possibilities in collaboration, participation and art-making. Read zine: https://tourdemoon.com/sites/default/files/2022-06/Moon%20Press%20issue%209%20play%20orbit.pdf
- Makers Gonna Make: Manifesto Workshop in collab. with Curative Creativity‘Makers Gonna Make’ workshop explores the history and importance of manifestos in the D.I.Y culture. The two-hour session, designed in collaboration with multi-disciplinary artist Kirstie Banks from 'Curative Creativity', encourages individuals to acknowledge their worth and invites everyone to play with text and images in order to create a powerful and personal visual manifesto.
- John Hansard Gallery community takeover: Exploring skate sub-culture & zine-makingPart of John Hansard Gallery's community takeover event programme in Summer 2019. This collaborative workshop, designed in collaboration with the gallery and SOSkate Southampton, aimed to familiarise and connect the community of Southampton with the skateboarding culture happening around the city. The final outcome of the workshop offered participants the opportunity to display their zine designs on the gallery's walls and be part in the one-week exhibition celebrating the DIY scene and subcul
- Ladies,Wine And Design: Collaboration over Competition WorkshopLadies, Wine & Design is a world-wide initiative started by Jessica Walsh in New York City, aiming to foster and promote women in the creative industries. I had the absolute honour to facilitate a zine workshop for their first event in Southampton, based around the theme of collaboration over competition. Curated by creative leads Jazzy Olive and Ruth Irvine. Photography and video by Karoliina Varret.
- Creation of Meaning- Inside the books : Belonging, Identity & SustainabilityThese three scrapbooks are the visual documentation of 'Current State of Mind' - a series of zine making workshops, designed to explore togetherness and our understanding of belonging, identity and sustainability. The scrapbooks aim to archive the sentiments and colours behind each individual who participated in the workshops and created a zine. This projects celebrates the ‘making’ - the 'scars of labour' and the perfect imperfection behind the DIY practice, as well as the attitude that fuel
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- Ladies, Wine & Design: Creative Workshops, Talks & Networking EventsAt LW&D, we host regular events to celebrate our local community of makers and designers. We wine, dine and have casual conversations on a wide variety of topics relating to creativity, business, and life. Our meetings are inclusive and supportive spaces for all (trans, intersex, cis and all non-binary, agender and gender variant people).
Founder & Workshop FacilitatorArtizine UK
London, United KingdomFreelance
Artizine UK is a non for profit initiative dedicated to connect communities through zine-making workshops, pop-up exhibitions and engaging events. Our zine-making workshops focus on cultivating a culture of meaning within groups of individuals and aims to perpetuate notions of self-discovery and abstract components of our human nature. Artizine understands the urgent need of substantial spot light for the simple act of getting together, regardless of ethnic, cultural, social and economic background. Ultimately, focusing on the collective rather than the individual, Artizine wants to challenge the dynamics of vulnerability and make a fire where everyone can join around, tell stories and get warm. The Artizine workshops are facilitated on a zero-waste policy and aims to reduce landfill by using only pre-loved and donated art supplies. Our zero waste guideline, explores not only the physicality of reducing material things but also reducing thoughts and creating space for new aspirations. It’s all about muting your mind in order to listen to the deeper song of your own intuition. Companies we worked with: Solent University, John Hansard Gallery, SoSkate Southampton, Ladies, Wine & Design, Eric Festival, Mu Collective Instagram: @artizineuk Email: email@example.com
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