OOKL Logo
SEARCH  
x
Username:
Password:

Forgotten your password?

Find an Event
Search title, description, keywords or place:
Location:
Search start date:
Search end date:
Select place type:
all places
museums
galleries
historic houses
zoos
botanic gardens
open spaces
other
Choose country:
all countries
Argentina
Australia
Belgium
Bermuda
Brazil
Canada
Chile
China
Colombia
Czech Republic
Denmark
Finland
France
Georgia
Germany
Gibraltar
Greece
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Japan
Kuwait
Lesotho
Malaysia
Malta
Mauritius
Mexico
Netherlands
New Zealand
North Korea
Norway
Pakistan
Panama
Philippines
Poland
Portugal
Russia
Saudia Arabia
Singapore
South Africa
South Korea
Spain
Sweden
Taiwan
Thailand
Trinidad and Tobago
Ukraine
United Kingdom
United States
Venezuela
Search:
 
 

 
 
Free InHouse Project and Family Workshops
Free InHouse Project and Family Workshops can be found here:

http://www.ooklnet.com/web/event_details/10788/Free+InHouse+Project+and+Family+Workshops

@ Tell your friends about it. Share |   on your favourite social network.
You may need to enable popups in order to use this functionality
selected place
Pump House Gallery
Battersea Park
London SW11 4NJ
United Kingdom
more from this place

view place's page »

selected event
WHERE   (See large map)
Battersea Park, London, SW11 4NJ, United Kingdom

Mis-Shapes

23 January – 31 March 2019

Open Wednesdays ¬– Sundays, 11am – 4pm

Alongside the exhibition Labour’s Own Sounding Ideal, an on-going research project by Anneke Kampman, Pump House Gallery is working with artist and illustrator Amy Pennington to transform the Project Space into an ‘editing suite’, as we investigate how popular culture shapes and recycles stereotypes.

Taking the archetypal narratives displayed in music videos as a starting point, the project explores the performance of stereotypical images, questioning how identity is constructed and the roles we perform. Working with visitors and families, drop in to the gallery’s Project Space as we create a bank of words and pool of images of stereotypical profiles, places and phrases that can then be collected, changed and moved around to create new, more accurate and complex characterisations.

VISITOR INFORMATION AND FAMILY WORKSHOPS

Visitors are welcome to drop in to the gallery’s Project Space at any time during exhibition hours. Additionally, families are welcome to come and take part in free workshops on Sunday 27 January, 10 and 24 February, 10 and 24 March, 12 – 4pm.

Free family workshop ‘Cover image’

10 February 2019, 12 – 4pm

Drop in to this workshop as we work with artist Amy Pennington to create a band name, album title, track list and make a 12-inch vinyl cover. Your music can be a mix of all genres, or genres that have never even existed before. What do you want your band to be like – could Aretha be your lead singer, with yourself on bass, and a werewolf on maracas?

This free workshop has been designed and delivered by artist Amy Pennington, as part of the InHouse Project: Mis-Shapes. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Free, no booking required.

Free family workshop ‘Mis-shapes, mistakes, misfits’

24 February 2019, 12 – 4pm

Drop in as we experiment with green screen and stop motion animation to unpick the stereotypical images and narratives that surround us. Join artist Amy Pennington as we play with the pool of images that has been created by visitors over the course of the exhibition. Mix up these narratives to create new, more creative characters as we explore the different tales we can tell.

This free workshop has been designed and delivered by artist Amy Pennington, as part of the InHouse Project: Mis-Shapes. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Free, no booking required.

WHEN
23 January 2019 to 31 March 2019
Wednesday-Sunday 11am-4pm
HOW MUCH
Free
MORE INFORMATION
 
 
Be the first to write a comment about this event.
      By sharing your comments you're helping people to discover new cultural experiences. Please focus on positive aspects of your experience.

      Overall, how would you rate the experience?


      Comment title
      Comment
      1000 characters remaining


       
      Accept and close [X]
      OOKL uses cookies on its website, some of which may have been set already. Read more about our cookies.
      By continuing to use our web site, you agree to accept our cookies. You can close this notification by clicking the button on the right.