ebc Night School term II

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eastbristolcontemporary@gmail.com
eastbristolcontemporary.com

Deadline Saturday 03 February 2018

east bristol contemporary presents ebc night school - SECOND TERM

WATCH THE TRAILER HERE https://youtu.be/HabNuy5GSl4

WHAT IS IT?

The second term of our 6 week 'art school' course - run by ebc together with 6 contemporary artists. 

Each week begins with an artist talk, followed by a workshop devised by that week's artist. Workshops will give the class an insight into ideas and processes explored by the artists in their work, or could introduce the group to other interests that influence the artists' practices.

All materials will be provided by ebc. There may be occasions when participants will be asked to bring a laptop / smartphone - but we will be able to provide for anyone who might not have that equipment.

There will be time to look over the results of the workshops at the following week's session. 

Each class is a stand alone session, so participants shouldn't worry if they have to miss a week for other commitments. 

WHO IS IT FOR?

The course is open to anyone interested in contemporary art, or wishing to learn about how artists make work and use materials. You do not have to have undertaken term 1 of the night school to take term 2. 

The night school might have particular relevance to the following: artists who have been practicing for some time and are looking for new ideas, foundation stage students looking to prepare additional work for university portfolio, sixth form or college students looking to apply to higher education art courses (undergraduate or foundation stage) and evidence additional interest and practice in art for portfolios. Night school facilitators can also provide advice with interview/portfolio preparation and technique.

WHERE IS IT?

ebc night school is run with the support of the Arnolfini. Sessions will take place in Gallery 1 (ground floor of Arnolfini building).

Arnolfini
16 Narrow Quay
Bristol BS1 4QA

HOW MUCH?

Full price: £70*
Concessions: £60 (inc. students & ebc members**)

*includes 1x annual ebc membership
**for details on membership click here

WHEN IS IT?

The night school will run on consecutive Monday evenings between 1800 - 2000

05 FEB 2018
12 FEB 2018
19 FEB 2018
26 FEB 2018
05 MAR 2018
12 MAR 2018

HOW DO I SIGN UP?

Email us at eastbristolcontemporary@gmail.com with the subject heading 'ebc night school'. We will give you any further details on the course including how to make a one time payment for the night school via paypal or bank transfer. 

DEADLINE FOR SIGN UPS 04 FEB 2018

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