I am Making Art: Badges, Builders & Vagabonds

Image Credit: Libita Clayton, DIG IT? (2016)

Spike Island, 133 Cumberland Road, Bristol, BS1 6UX

01179292266
admin@spikeisland.org.uk
www.spikeisland.org.uk

Saturday 20 August 2016
2-6pm
Opening Hours: 12-5pm
Booking recommended
http://www.spikeisland.org.uk/events/activities/i-am-making-art-august-2016/

These monthly activity sessions are led by artists and take place in the Spike Island Café. Visitors of all ages and abilities can try out new techniques and approaches to making art, from drawing and painting to collage, sculpture and animation and are invited to drop in any time during the session.
 
What is it to have a good eye? Libita Clayton shares her archive of found material for this session inspired by DIY cultures; let go of preciousness, cut-up, remake and leave with a shiny new thing — a one-off badge!
 
Libita Clayton is an artist and freelance designer. Her design work employs both manual and digital methods of collage centred on lo-fi punk aesthetics and her art work involves performance-based interventions.
 
Libita graduated in 2009 from a BA in Print & Digital Media at Wimbledon School of Art. Since then, she has worked as a creative for Media and Advertising agencies, designed and collaborated on numerous album covers and posters. Libita currently lives in Bristol, her most recent show was The Old Coroners Court a site specific group exhibitionheld in 2013 at the Coroners Crourt, Bristol.

 

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