Workshop

1525 Rights to Our City Session Two

31 March 2024
1pm-3.30pm
Free to all

This series of workshops aims to explore the current exhibitions and ideas around the future of our city, through walking and art making.

This series of workshops aims to explore the current exhibitions and ideas around the future of our city, through walking and art making. Over the series we will reimagine our city as a place for play and a stage for hidden mythologies to emerge into, giving light to the underappreciated and transforming the everyday-ness and hostile architectures into places that represent your ideas and vision.

Over the series we will explore the art of walking, photography, cyanotype, screen-printing, relief printing, poetry, and drawing. You are invited to attend an individual session or all four.

In our second session, we will take a walk to look for ‘volunteer plants’ (a kinder term for weeds!) We will spot, try and identify with true or imagined names and take samples of these plants.

After the walk we will return with plant samples, and use these, alongside side text and images to create cyanotypes. Cyanotype, or sun prints is a photographic print process which uses light sensitive chemicals to create images.

This listing is supplied by one of our museum partners and is not moderated by Art Fund.

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Nottingham Contemporary

Weekday Cross, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 2GB
01159 489750

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