Friday 5 March, 2pm
Location: Online via Zoom
Book your spot: Email Kaitlyn at email@example.com to book
Please note, spaces are limited so early booking is advised. GAP Sessions have a maximum of 15 attendees to encourage active participation. We aim to keep a similar to feel to our in person events with an engaging, round-table style discussion.
Speaker James Aldridge
James Aldridge is a visual artist, based in Wiltshire. James’s artwork is multi-disciplinary, comprising intimate objects formed in the hand whilst walking, larger sculptures that echo his bodily experiences, and sound/video pieces that collage imagery and sound together, to evoke an experience of interconnection.
Underpinning all areas of James’s practice, is a belief in the need to develop new ways of seeing and being with the world, in this time of ecological crisis.
Project Website www.QueerRiver.com
On Twitter Twitter.com/JamesAldridge4
On Instagram Instagram.com/JamesAldridgeArt
On Facebook Facebook.com/JamesAldridgeArt
This Winter we’re continuing our well attended Greening Arts Practice Sessions. In response to COVID-19, we’re offering these sessions in a new digital format, but with the same important conversations around artistic practice, slow art, environmental responsibility, collaboration and more. These sessions include a presentation from the speaker, alongside plenty of time for active discussion and and questions.