Field Recording workshop in the Olympic Park with Matt Parker
Saturday 3rd March, 10:00am
Join Art for the Environment artist Matt Parker on a sonic journey through the Olympic Park, using techniques including field-recording and meditation as a way to engage with our surroundings and environment. The workshop will begin with a warmup and short meditation. At the park participants will use field-recorders to explore their surrounding environment, listening to pre-recorded sounds and capturing their own unique sounds to share with the group later. The workshop will close with a group discussion and sharing session, and a final Sonic Meditation.
First Thursday Late Opening
Thursday 1 March 2018, 6-8pm
An afterhours chance to see Art for the Environment, the first exhibition of works from Lucy Orta’s acclaimed residency programme, in which six artists explore human impact on the environment. Launching the beginning of Bow Arts’ sustainability awareness week, join us to celebrate March’s First Thursday with cocktails using locally sourced herbs.
Art for the Environment
Closes Sunday 18 March 2018
Open Tues – Sun, 10am – 5pm
Nunnery Gallery, 181 Bow Road, London E3 2SJ
Art for the Environment, curated by Camilla Palestra, will present work from six artists with practices that explore the nature of human impact on our environment. Following the celebrated international residency programme Art for the Environment (AER) – set up by acclaimed artist Professor Lucy Orta at the University of the Arts London (UAL) – the exhibition will, for the first time, present a selection of work created from past residencies, including film, sound and interactive installation, at the Nunnery Gallery, London.
Bow Skills: Working with students with SEND
Monday 5 March 2018, 6-8:30pm
Rum Factory Studios, Unit 4 Pennington Street, London, E1W 2BD
This practical session will be co-led by artist Albert Potrony and teacher Stephen Kilgour from Cherry Garden Special School. It will include information on how SEND schools are structured and effective for planning projects and activities which are adapted to the needs of the students.
Teachers’ CPD – Art in the Primary Classroom: Drawing and Sketchbooks
Monday 12 March 2018, 4:30-6:30pm
181 Nunnery Gallery, Bow Road, London, E3 2SJ
Improve your own practical drawing skills and learn more about developing pupil’s progress in the classroom with this hands-on session. Led by a professional artist, the session will teach simple effective activities which can be adapted for a range of Key Stages and abilities, and how to build up activities sequentially in sketchbooks.
- Bring a friend for half price (£60 for two places saving £20)
- Book 3 sessions for £96 (saving 20%)
Prices includes all workshop materials, a take-away resource, resource, refreshments and an optional follow up consultation with one of our project managers.