Workshops & Courses

How to Write About Your Work

Write about your prac­tice and pro­duce an artists statement

Opening Times
18:30 – 20:30
CAMP members £7 / non-members £18
In this online workshop with Laura Hopes, you’ll explore describing yourself as an artist and the work you make. By the end of the session, you should have a 150-word artist statement which you can use in applications.

You’ll need to bring something you find easiest to write with - a laptop or notebook and pen.

We will be writing about our work so it would be useful to have a few images available to share with others.

Click on the website link to book your ticket.

Laura Hopes is an artist, lecturer and researcher. Through extensive collaboration within the collective Still/Moving and with academics and experts in diverse fields, her expanded practice encompasses writing, sculpture, conversations, film, performance, installation and multi-disciplinary exchange.

This workshop will take place on Zoom, using image & audio, and you will be asked by the workshop leader to participant either by voice or text chat. You are very welcome to bring a support worker with you to the session (just let us know by email after you book so we can share the Zoom link with them too). There is live-captioning (words pop up as they are spoken).