Workshop

Bow Skills workshop: the creative potential of access adjustments with Jamila Prowse

19 March 2024
6 - 7.30pm
£5

Join artist and writer Jamila Prowse as she breaks down the expansive potential of access adjustments and the ways in which they can transform your artwork and how audiences experience it.

Join artist and writer Jamila Prowse as she breaks down the expansive potential of access adjustments and the ways in which they can transform your artwork and how audiences experience it.

From audio description to closed captions, alt-text and remote viewing, there are a whole multitude of access adjustments that can open up the possibilities for people to engage, feel, and experience artworks.

In this workshop, Jamila will provide examples from her own artistic practice as well as artists who inspire her, demonstrating the importance of reframing how we view the relationship between access and the arts. Together, we will consider how access requirements can in and of themselves be an integral art form, as opposed to an add on or an afterthought.

Jamila encourages attendees to bring along one of your own artworks or a clip or image of an artwork that you like, so we can all have a go at writing alt-text and an audio description of our own.

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