Plymouth Landscape Enthusiasts Social Club
Sep 19, 2020 at 11:00 — 13:00 (BST)
Join Plymouth Platform Mentee Sophie Ingram in the newly renamed Jack Leslie Square (former Sir John Hawkins Square) to collect and record responses to the area through drawing, text and rubbings. This workshop offers a relaxed environment to meet and make with other CAMP members, sharing expertise and approaches to preliminary research in the process of making art work.
This is a socially distanced workshop with a maximum number of places (8). It will be held outdoors in the square, just outside Cosmic Kitchen. Please dress warmly (if needs be!). There are wet weather plans in place, which we'll let people know about, should it look like rain!
You only need to bring yourself! All materials will be provided but feel free to bring your own materials to use (and talk about!). We also plan to make use of Cosmic Kitchen being in the locality and your ticket will include a FREE coffee/tea!
This Workshop is part of PITCH - a series of creative, practical and developmental sessions run by CAMP members for CAMP members, made possible by Arts Council England Emergency Fund. This workshop would normally cost £13 for CAMP members but is being offered for FREE!
Sophie Ingram is an artist and teacher. Her work deals with landscape and place. Although working across various media, Sophie has a particular focus on screen printing. This workshop is taking place shortly before her Plymouth Artweekender 2020 event at 37 Looe Street (former Plymouth Art Centre) which will showcase a new body of work focusing on Plymouth, its architecture and coastline. The work combines figurative and abstract elements and a playful approach to colour.
By signing up to this workshop you are also signing up to CAMP's Code of Conduct, read it here - https://www.camp-plymouth.org/code-of-conduct/