A Cabinet of Care: Visual Journaling

30/11/21 to 30/11/21
9.30am - 4.00pm
10 Palace Yard Mews, Bath, UK
A Cabinet of Care: Visual Journaling

Join Creativity Works for an inspirational day exploring A CABINET OF CARE : VISUAL JOURNALING with Jill Carter, Multi-Media Artist.

About this Event

Journaling is a highly creative open-ended storytelling process, which can allow us to develop our ideas, insight and imagination!

Who is it for 

This artists’ professional development workshop offers space and time for any artists who wishes to mindfully explore thoughts in relation to the wellbeing of Self, people, place and life happenings. Who and what is important to you? What would you place in your own imagined cabinet of care?

What to expect 

Unlock your intuitive way of visual journaling, transforming diverse graphic material into collage, writing into drawing using badly behaved inks, pens and markers. Have fun exploring playful yet poetic ways of working, reflecting on this and that, perhaps to colourfully visualise hopes, dreams, projects and endless creative possibilities.

The process of journaling can be private or public, or developed as a means of social engagement. Be inspired by creative exchange, making quirky unique pages which tell a story.

Workshop materials provided may include 
Indian black ink, marker pens, highlighters, glue, scissors and stacks of graphic stuff. Perhaps a sewing machine too!

What to bring 
A journal, your own favourite art materials – pens, inks, highlighters, watercolours if you like, brushes, scissors, etc. Plus portrait image of yourself or someone you care about, if to hand, and a bag of old drawings and/or paintings, ephemera, magazines, wallpaper, odd papers, etc. Bring your lunch too.

Time: Arrive to set up 9.30am (start prompt at 10.00 am) close down at 4.00 pm

How to Book

Book via Eventbrite

Cost: £50 / £25 / PWYC

This workshop forms part of the Creativity Works co|Create Artists Training Programme.

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