Annual Event: Make.Practice.Perfect.

Mon 13th March, 2017 @ 3:49pm by seedcreativenetwork

Annual Event: Make.Practice.Perfect.

At the 2017 Annual Event Make.Practice.Perfect. you will consider how you make art and maintain an art practice, where you turn for help in the process and practice of making art, if you are looking in the right places and whether you need look at all.

Aimed at artists, students and academics, as well a non-practising public, this daylong event discusses how, where and why we produce art works today, what are the barriers to production and how we may overcome them through our working methods and accessing relevant networks and resources.

The contributors will include:

Conohar Scott – lecturer in photographic theory and a practicing artist at the School of Media & Film, University of Lincoln

Daniel Sean Kelly – artist, co-director of Two Queens and School of the Damned student 2017

Joanne Lee – photographer, writer, researcher and publisher and Senior Lecturer in Graphic Design at Sheffield Hallam University

Mark Smith – Executive Director, Axisweb

Roma Piotrowska – Exhibitions Manager, Ikon Gallery

CVAN EM Document artists - (Andrew Bracey, Geoff Litherland, Jessica Harby, Kajal Nisha Patel, Tim Shore, Tracey Kershaw)

See the full programme.

The event will be broadcast by this is tomorrow

The Collection and Usher Gallery,
Danes Terrace,

Friday 24th March 2017,
10am – 5pm

Booking for this event is essential, click to book. Refreshments and lunch are included.

Also, Dizzy Ink will lead a workshop in Nottingham on Friday 31st March for Make.Practice.Perfect attendees to collaboratively create a two colour beak zine, featuring a set of principles and actions agreed on at the event and a design of their own using content from the event.
The workshop will be open to all attendees of the Make.Practice.Perfect. There will be a limited number of places, which will be allocated on a first come first served basis. It will be free to attend the workshop.

The Annual Events are designed for and to inspire an open and diverse audience of those working in the sector as well as non-arts professionals. Featuring keynote speeches, discursive breakouts, informal networking and member contributions, these events allow us collectively to explore ideas relevant to the sector, capitalise on the knowledge, skills and assets of the network and expand its terms of reference and aspiration.



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