Delivered by Collective Creativity, this workshop will look at race and racism, in art and art schools in the UK.
Collective Creativity are an artist group focused on Queer, Transgender and Intersex People of Colour (QTIPoC), within creative practice looking at race and racism in art and art schools in the UK. They have recently launched a zine titled Surviving Art School.
This workshop will creatively explore surviving and thriving in the art school as BAME/ artists of colour. Using the 'Surviving the Art School' Publication, produced by Collective Creativity with local art students and published by Nottingham Contemporary, as a starting point in order to gain insights into what this visually entails
Free and open to all art students aged 16+
To book your place please email AlbaColomo@nottinghamcontemporary.org.
This workshop is part of the public programme of Krisis exhibition curated by Something Human in partnership with Nottingham Trent University, Bonington Gallery and Nottingham Contemporary.
Free, Meeting Room, 2 - 5pm