Where: Artlink, Hull
When: Thursday, October 6. 6pm.
FREE. Registration required.
A workshop on audience-centred making by Rhiannon Armstrong.
Rhiannon Armstrong makes performance works for people to encounter in their everyday lives, under the lifelong series title Instructions for Empathetic Living.
We will spend our time exploring the playful creative processes Rhiannon uses to make intimate performance works out of everyday moments and things.
We will work collaboratively to think about our audiences, who they are and how the art we make can be a gift to them.
Come if you sometimes think you are not sure where to start.
Rhiannon Armstrong is an interdisciplinary artist known for making emotionally sensitive and critically astute work, often involving the participation of members of the public. She addresses important subjects in an accessible manner, conducting her solo work under the lifelong series title ‘Instructions for Empathetic Living’.