In 2019, I was delighted to invite Louise Orwin to Preston, as part of Lancashire Fringe Festival with her show Oh Yes Oh No. The brilliant show was one of the cornerstone performances of the festival. Delivering complex subject matter with technical and tehatrical brilliance, Oh Yes Oh No is contemporary performance at its best. You can read about the show here.
Louise Orwin is one of the UK’s leading contemporary performers. I was delighted to be able support the development of her latest project, a digital artist workshop called How To Begin, designed to inspire, re-boot and develop your work. Apply here: louiseorwin.com/howtobegin
These workshops are now open to all practicing artists, with the first week-long workshops beginning on March 1, 2021 (application deadline Feb 21, 2021).
Dates of workshop: March 1st – 7th 2021 and March 8th – 14th 2021
Price: £45 / £30, with scholarship places available
More info and application: louiseorwin.com/howtobegin
HOW TO BEGIN is a week-long digital artist workshop designed as a space to reignite, reawaken, or re-encounter your artistic practice. It is a place for anyone who feels blocked, uninspired, bored, fed up, or out of love with their artistic practice. You can think of this as an artist’s call-to-arms, an invitation to commune with your art-self, or a love letter to your burgeoning art practice.
Applications open 1st Feb, and closes 21st Feb at midnight.
Access: Workshop content is fully captioned, and is designed to be approached at your own pace through the week. Tasks can be done anywhere/any time each day, we just ask that participants set aside 1 hr minimum a day. The final session on zoom is the only fixed time session of the week (Sunday 2-5pm), and we ask that all participants be available for this session.