REPRESENTATIVES | group show

20 Sep

We’d love to welcome you there!

11:30-12:30 Saturday 22nd Sept | REPRESENTATIVES artists & curator ‘s talk @ Latner Room, St Peter’s College. New Inn Hall Street, Oxford OX1 2DL.

REPRESENTATIVES is a group show with Brazilian women visual artists based in London that dialogue with the conference “Women in Transition: Crossing Borders, Crossing Boundaries”, organized by the Kings College, that aims to discuss gender representation, focused in feminine artists, visual arts, migration and multiculturalism.
Curated by Clara Rocha. Artists: Laís Pontes, Marcia Thompson, Maysa Stolz, Pauline Batista, Rubiane Maia, Sylvia Morgado, Tete de Alencar e Vanessa da Silva.

More info https://transitionwomen.wordpress.com/exhibition-2/

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INTERATIVOS 2018 | Aug to Dec

1 Jul

INTERATIVOS programme 2018 | August to December 2018

(For more info & RSVP, please visit: http://www.meetup.com/INTERATIVOS/)

–       During this semester we’ll focus on women artists, often making a parallel with Latin America.

–       At Interativos we start the workshop talking about an artist/ artist movement & reading poems to engage on nice conversations and to get inspired to do the creative work. Please don’t expect a lecture! It’s all very informal and in a friendly environment.

–       We propose an activity, but we also like the idea of a free space, so feel free to work on your own ideas or to bring something you’re already working on.

–  Structure of the workshops:  Artist > Art Movement >Poetry > Activities


AUGUST
  Frida Khalo
Theme: Colour
Activity:  Collage

SEPTEMBER Yayoi Kusama
Theme: repetitive patterns / infinite colourful polka dots
Activities: Choosing a picture out of a magazine in order to create a (dot) composition & kaleidoscope making with dots/ words

OCTOBER Louise Bourgeois
Theme: Bourgeois’ Dream series / Our dreams
Activity: Watercolour ink / wet on wet technique

NOVEMBER Fiona Bannert & Jenny Holzer
Theme: Man & the city / visual poetry
Activities: Relief and stamp printmaking / artist books

DECEMBER Alison Sandifer, Guler Ates, Gemma Lowe, Jennifer Pattison, Tete de Alencar & Marcia Thompson
Theme: Celebrating women artists
Activities: (Post)cards, acrylic painting, sketching, stitching

INTERATIVOS 2018 programme

7 Jan

INTERATIVOS 2018 programme – 1st semester: British Artists

(For more info & RSVP, please visit: http://www.meetup.com/INTERATIVOS/)

–       During this semester we’ll focus on British artists, often making a parallel with Latin America.

–       At Interativos we start the workshop talking about an artist/ artist movement & reading poems to engage on nice conversations and to get inspired to do the creative work. Please don’t expect a lecture! It’s all very informal and in a friendly environment.

–       We propose an activity, but we also like the idea of a free space, so feel free to work on your own ideas or to bring something you’re already working on.

–  Structure of the workshops:  Artist > Art Movement >Poetry > Activities

FEB William Morris

Theme/ activities: (Floral) patterns/ Make your own sketchbooks/ notebooks and customize the cover with (floral) patterns/ collage/ poetry

Morris was also a poet and I’m bringing some of his poems to read to the participants.

MARCH Bridget Riley/ Rachel Whiteread  (we’ll also make a parallel with Helio Oiticica)

Theme/ activities: Make you own opt art/ mark making with card  / painting with scissors (cut out & Tamgram)

APRIL Tracey Emin x Turner

Theme/ activities: Artists & poets. Making and sending customizes postcards. Decorating with automatic drawing & continuous line/ watercolour (wet on wet technique).

Do you know that Turner was also a poet and there’s a book published? I found out about this on my research’s about artists who were also poets, and I went to the British Library in search of this book, that I’ll bring to show to the participants.

MAY Richard long/ Richard Deacon & Henry Moore

Theme/ activities: sculpture & drawing. Making relief/ cut out/ mobiles with paper/ string/ card/ found materials. Positive & negative; puzzles, circles and squares.

 JUNE Tacita Dean

Theme/ activities: Installation work. Using photography as a background to make collage. Sound and art. Making an altered/ loop tapes to go with your collage.

JULY Joan Mitchell & Stuart Sutcliffe
Theme/ Activity: Abstract (acrylic) painting
With guest artist and Interativos regular Richard Kemp

 

14th Sept 17 Preview of “In Between” 

12 Sep

Favela Arts – Made in Brasil Boteco is launching its new exhibition space with the solo show “Sylvia Morgado – In Between”, opening this Thursday 14th of September (48 Chalk Farm Road NW1 8AJ).

The project is curated by Clara Rocha, who will run a couple of workshops in September. Check the invite below for more info.

We’d love to see you there!

Sat 7th Jan 17 INTERATIVOS creative workshop & exchange 

6 Jan

Happy 2017 to us all!!!

Kick of the year letting your creativity flow at INTERATIVOS creative workshop and exchange‬.

Among the proposed activities, this Saturday we’ll do a collective drawing and  we’ll also work on old book pages.

‪7th Jan (11:00-15:00) @ The Create Place E2 9PJ ‬             FREE drop-in sessions


Troca-Troca Preview at the Stash Gallery

17 Dec

Obrigada! Thanks to everyone who attended our show. It was a delight to share the space with poet and artist Alice Hshieh. I hope you all enjoyed it!

We had a great time welcoming everyone and we hope to see you again soon!

For more pictures, please access: https://www.facebook.com/pg/symorgado/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1326703727386237

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Artists Sylvia Morgado (L) and Alice Hsieh

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Sylvia Morgado with gallerist Sophie Parkins and DJ Amarall

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“23 seconds”, by Sylvia Morgado
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Guests participation. “NO Regrets”(L) and “If I can’t remember it wasn’t me”

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“Stir me up” (L) and “Don’t forget who you are”

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Alice Hsieh’s video poems & books

Martello Street Open Studios 

11 Dec

Last chance to see us at Martello Street Open Studios. We’re here until 4pm today.

I’m a guest artist and I’m showing some photographies by the first time, alongside lots of exciting contemporary artists doing sculpture, collage, painting and much more!

Just off London Fields park & next door to the station. 10 Martello Street E8 3PE

Below, the two works I was showing (“Real Carnival” and “No Regrets”):

Works from other artists:

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