What is live art? Why do some people use their bodies to make it? What is the difference between art and real life? Does art matter? Do our bodies matter? Who controls them? What do you think?
Blurring the boundaries between art, theatre, music, film, dance and politics, live art and performance can disrupt and disturb the everyday.
For those times when it’s hard to give voice to complex ideas around our bodies, our feelings, belief, identity, live art can communicate where sometimes words fail us.
This crash course is for people aged 16 – 19. Looking at what live art and performance are, how they evolved and what they can do, each session will explore significant works from the field and their politics, before physical group exercises across the second half of each evening.
This is for misfits, loud mouths, oddballs, or wannabe artists. There are no auditions, you already have all the skills you need to be passionate and give a damn about the world – we can help with the rest.
Price (Non-Member): £25.00
Price (Member): £20.00
Bursaries – subsidised places available
We would never want the cost of this opportunity to prevent you from taking part so a limited number of free or part funded bursary places are available. If you want to find out more get in touch with us via firstname.lastname@example.org
For more details about the course outline, please visit the event page on the website: http://bit.ly/2f0FqRi