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Wednesday 22 March 2023
10:00am - 12:00pm
How do artists work with and alongside people?
This interactive online workshop has been designed to support artists and people working in small-scale arts organisations to reflect on what it means to be public, and how we can realise artworks made from a dialogue between artists, audiences, community, and place.
Using a range of TACO!’s projects as case studies, we will work through a series of questions focusing on how we can use arts and culture to create space for communities and individuals.
Our workshop leader Mat Jenner will support us to think through how we navigate this terrain – in all its messy human-ness and contradictions- with a range of questions including:
The workshop will focus on generating practical ideas and ways of working that you can apply in your own projects and will involve plenty of opportunities for questions, discussion, and peer-to-peer learning.
Our Workshop Leader
Mat Jenner is an artist and producer at TACO! an artist-led space for research, production, and exchange located in Thamesmead, SE London. TACO! Is engaged with its local context and centres the work and role of contemporary artists in all its work.