Participants work in small groups to create stories from a series of unrelated drawings. The drawings may need a series of extra drawings which connect them. This exercise is then developed so the stories emerge from the participant’s own drawings. The aim is to conjure up stories out of thin air which can either have theatrical or comic strip possibilities. The emphasis is on imagination, working in groups, surprising yourself and others. The ability to draw is a definite advantage but it’s not essential. The workshops can be tailored to suit beginners or those working in theatre/the visual arts. The workshops can last 2 hours , a day or longer.
Participants learn the what-to-do’s and the what-not-to-do’s involved in making unconventional inflatables. The workshops can be tailored to suit beginners or those working in theatre/ visual arts. The workshops are most effective when they last a day or longer.
A workshop that shows how to use front and back-lighting to transform a drawing. The ability to draw isn’t essential but it helps! The workshop can be tailored for beginners, those with confidence in their drawing or professionals. The workshops can last half a day or a full day.