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Images from Workshops

Following are images from the numerous workshops that took place as part of Into The Outwoods Sculpture Week in April 2018.

Some  were ‘skill share’ workshops, led by artists for artists, others were ‘drop-in’ workshops aimed at the public.

Felt Skill Share Workshop.

 

Willow Skill Share Workshop.

 

Ceramics Skill Share.

 

Drawing with Metal Skill Share.

 

Natural Materials Skill Share.

 

Drop-in Workshops.
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Belonging to the Group

I have been a member of Artspace Loughborough for a decade now having been a member, moving abroad,  and come back so I thought it apt to write a few lines about belonging to an art group.

As artists, we tend to work in a fairly solitary manner. However in order to evolve, it is essential we communicate with like-minded people every so often,  to support one another and divulge ideas.

One thing which I particularly like about being part of the group,  is the diversity of  the work of our group members. We often have positive critiquing sessions before we collectively exhibit. These are useful, insightful meetings where we show our work, conceptually, part way through, or finished and talk it through with others.

Skill sharing is another positive feature,  which allows us as artists to evolve.  We all use a wide variety of media,  and can learn and share other skills on a didactic level as well as really useful things like setting up an exhibition (and all the jobs it entails!)

 

We all share a common interest which is a love of art in all of its’ forms. I highly recommend to anyone who is considering it. Find your tribe and stick to them.

Anna Michalska

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