Sat 31 March 2:30-4pm // Free & open to all but booking essential
At Turf Projects, Lower Level Trinity Court, 46-47, Whitgift Centre (Find Us At The Entrance To The Wellesley Road Underpass)
How do we navigate the challenges of creating work with others; working together, while recognising difference? In this free artist workshop, led by Ed Webb-Ingall, we will explore the ethical and practical considerations of making work collaboratively. Drawing on the history and practice of community video and our own experiences, together we will develop a set of instructions for working collectively.
Groundwerk is a monthly series of free practical workshops for artists and creatives wishing to gain the skills to support their practice.
This workshop is free to attend and open to all but booking is recommended as spaces are limited.
// ABOUT ED WEBB-INGALL
Ed Webb-Ingall is a writer and filmmaker; he is a PhD candidate at Royal Holloway University, where his research focuses on the history and practice of community video in the UK. He currently runs the public programme for the London Community Video Archive, at Goldsmiths University. Between 2014 and 2016 he carried out a community video project at The Showroom, London and in 2016 he was commissioned by Studio Voltaire, London to develop a video that looked at the legacy of Section 28, which is touring the UK in 2018.