What Would You March For? Banner Making Workshop

Spike Island Art Space, 133 Cumberland Road, BS1 6UX

0117 9292266
[email protected]
www.spikeisland.org.uk

Saturday 05 May 2018
11am- 1pm or 2-4pm
Opening Hours: 11am-5pm
Booking recommended
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/what-would-you-march-for-banner-making-workshop-for-1116-year-olds-tickets-45550005292

Join associate artists of Rising Arts Agency for a banner making workshop inspired by the centenary of women's suffrage. What still needs to change? What battles are women still facing in society? Come along to these workshops and explore these issues and create artworks using text, image and illustration inspired by the suffrage movement.

Led by Rising Arts Agency associate artists Ailsa Fineron and Jasmine Thomson

These workshops are part of Spike Island Open Studios 2018 Rising Arts Agency is a Bristol-based not-for-profit organisation which exists to support 16-25 year-olds with creative ambitions. Based in a studio here at Spike Island, Rising work to support young people to achieve their goals, particularly where they face barriers or are underrepresented in the arts and culture world. This includes professional mentoring with artists and people working in creative industries, as well as networking, platforms to showcase artists' work, commissioning opportunities and creative leadership training.

http://rising.org.uk/

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