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Press Play Hosts: How do we make and keep making? Online

£10

Due to current lockdown the studio sessions planned for Press Play Hosts with Natasha MacVoy will only take place online and not in the studio. 

We are pleased to introduce a more fluid and freewheeling form of Press Play which adapts to the strictures of the pandemic and allows a more flexible CPD access. Curated by Emma Gregory. Led by Natasha MacVoy.

Venue
Spike Print Studio Zoom

Date
Feb 16th

Time
9.30am-12.30pm

Price
£10
12 participants

Unlock the inner creative and nurture it, build confidence and productivity around an individual practice.

We will discuss and test methods already in circulation and discover approaches that harness and ignite our own distinct creative voices.

In keeping with the expansive and supportive ideas that underpin Press Play these sessions will collectively explore methods of being productive, the complexity of creativity and the need for playful enquiry.

The sessions intend to build confidence, community and conversation. Despite the lack of close proximity the session will feel like a shared studio where every voice is given equal opportunity to be heard.

Be part of the conversation.

Natasha MacVoy

Natasha graduated with her BA (Hons) Fine Art from Cardiff in 2001 before moving to the French Alps to work as a freelance sports photographer for five years. She completed a Masters in Fine Art (Distinction) at UWE, Bristol in 2009. Recent exhibitions include UNITe Residency & Exhibition, g39, Cardiff, Groping In The Dark, solo show at Test Space, Spike Island, Bristol, Reading (silently) in Public, a performance for Spike Island Associates’ PRODUCTIONPRODUCTIONPRODUCTION at Tate Modern, London, The audience seeped in, a collaboration with scriptwriter Chinonyerem Odimba, Arnolfini, Bristol, and [The] Strange Case, a two person show with Chloe Brooks, Ickburgh Studio, London. She received an a-n bursary in 2019 and was an artist in residence at The Mothership, Bridport, 2018.

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