A series of free online discussions between invited visual artists, performers, curators and writers alongside artists based in Norfolk, in relation to the Covid 19 pandemic and how this may and will affect the livelihood of artist’s in the future.
Topics have included:
Are there positive aspects to social distancing that can be used to create new approaches to making or exhibiting work?
How can artists overcome this new sense of vulnerability, either individually or collectively?
Should artists develop ideas and ways of working that are more in tune on a local rather than a global scale or is it possible to think global and act local?
Is this an opportunity for artists to take control of their means of production?
Can an artist find new ways of working that are based on mutuality rather than blind individualism?
Places on the discussions are reserved for Art practitioners based in Norfolk only.
Each session lasts for 80 minutes
All session are on the Zoom Platform, will be recorded and available to the public on the TAp website
Further information regarding individual sessions will be sent by email once a booking has been confirmed
Each session is led by Jacques Nimki & Stephanie Douet and include two guest speakers and two artists based in Norfolk