Archive | May, 2019

27 May | AltMFA residency talk + workshop @ Guest Projects

24 May

Join us 2-4.30pm | Monday 27th May @ Guest Projects

(Sunbury House, 1 Andrews Road E8 4QL London, UK)

💥 TALK + WORKSHOP during our AltMFA residency at Guest Projects

Join artists Anna-Maria Amato; Debora Mo and Sylvia Morgado on an open discussion on arts and well-being

Followed by a fun collaborative workshop!

Making art can enhance cognitive abilities and memory; can aid symptoms of depression and anxiety and it’s been prescribed for better well being. Learn how art can help us achieve the 5 ways to well being.

FOLLOWED BY a fun collaborative arts workshop!

Book here:

https://www.facebook.com/events/311979239698535/?ti=icl

http://www.guestprojects.com/upcoming/2019/5/24/plosives

https://www.instagram.com/alt_mfa/

#artisttalk #artsandwellbeing #artsandwellness #artworkshoplondon #interativosworkshop #artistresidency #alternativeartschool #artistcollective #collaborativeart #altmfa

AltMFA residency @ Guest Projects

24 May

So happy that today we open our @Alt_MFA residency at Guest Projects, (generous) artist Yinka Shonibare’s studio space!

💥 Join us at one of the events below:

2.-4.30pm 27 May | Talk: arts & well-being + workshop (With @symorgado, @anna_maria_amato26 & @debora.mo.art) 5-9pm 27 May | Dinner **

6-9pm 30 May | Exhibition Opening

** Bring a dish or contribution!

Email altmfalondon@gmail.com so we can know you’re coming

Address: Sunbury House, 1 Andrews Road E8 4QL London

‘an abrupt sound made by closing the mouth then releasing a burst of breath’

AltMFA embark on their annual Guest Projects residency, turning the room into a working studio and project space for a week. With a processual approach, the group will create multiple ways in which notions of time impact on the construction and deconstruction of objects, languages and embodied relations around the title of the show ‘Plosives’.

Plosives, Definition: A plosive consonant is an abrupt sound made by closing the mouth then releasing a burst of breath. The plosive consonants in English are B, P, T and D; their effect, especially when used repeatedly is to create a verbal reflection of events, items or emotions which have a harsh feel, for example anger, a car crash or a gun. They are effective when used in poetry due to the increased intensity of focused language.

http://www.guestprojects.com/upcoming/2019/5/24/plosives

https://www.instagram.com/alt_mfa/

#artistresidency #alternativeartschool #artistcollective #artandwellbeing #artandwellness #openingexhibition #collaborativeart #altmfa

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