Posts Tagged ‘workshop’
I’m involved in this…an all-ages drop-in writing session at Leeds Art Gallery on 15th and 22nd Jan (Saturday afternoons), based on the characters in Lubaina Himid‘s shortlisted Northern Art Prize entry, Jelly Mould Pavilions.
If you remember, when I went to the preview of the prize exhibition, I was really excited about the little people in the exhibit and my mind went off on narrative-based tangents. So that became a crazy idea to get everyone to write flash fiction and very short plays – because surely other people would be thinking about what those people were saying/doing, too…? Then the Art Gallery said my friend Sarah and I could run a session. So do come. Bring your kids. Bring your nan. Bring your sulky cousins and your charming friends.
Come and tell us a Jelly Tale* at a creative drop-in session in the Leeds Art Gallery Artspace, just after you’ve seen Lubaina Himid’s Jelly Mould Pavilions (part of the Northern Art Prize exhibition). We’ll be there from 2pm-5pm on Saturdays 15th & 22nd January waiting for your dazzling wordplay: write some flash fiction (super short stories) in 100 words or less or try your hand at some dialogue for a mini play based on the characters in the Pavilions. The best five pieces will be recorded and showcased on our website. Suitable for all ages.
If only somebody would buy me this and fill it with extra nice things in addition to the little figurines. You know how I feel about things in miniature. I don’t think it’s going to happen, we can’t even afford a Christmas tree this year. Last year’s (very cheap) baby real one (six inches tall) died
Costiness: £49.99 from Lakeland
Or of course one could go down the route reminiscent of the Holidays Are Coming (brand name redacted) truck with this considerably cheaper model:
Costiness: £14.99 from Lakeland