€158.64 – €184.89
Writing for Art Workshop with Elly Clarke and Ben Fergusson
Our first Writing for Art Workshop is run by visual artist Elly Clarke and writer Ben Fergusson. It is open to people who make as well as write about art, including anyone interested in the role of language in the interpretation of art: in print, exhibitions or online.
During the two day workshop, we will discuss what makes good art writing and interpretation; look at common pitfalls; challenge participants to analyse and improve their own writing through exercises; and create a creative forum to debate the relationship of language and art with other writers, artists and curators. Our aim is that by the end of the workshop participants will have gained real practical tools they can then use in their ongoing practice.
A trip to an exhibition will take place on the Friday afternoon, with the cost of entry included in the workshop fee.
The workshop will take place in Berlin - further details will follow. Number of participants limited to a maximum of 16.
Elly Clarke works with photography, drawing, music, performance and curating. Her work has been shown internationally at venues that include The Lowry Centre, Salford Quays; Kiasma, Helsinki; Franklin Furnace, New York; Midland Art Centre, Birmingham; Milton Keynes Gallery and NCCA in Moscow. New works have been commissioned by Fabrica / Brighton Digital Festival, Camden Council and others. For five years Elly ran Clarke Gallery - initially out of her flat and later as a mobile venture. http://www.ellyclarke.com
Ben Fergusson is an award-winning writer, editor and translator. He has written, edited and published art texts for over 15 years, working for a range of art publishers and public galleries, from Walther König in Germany to the Serpentine Gallery in London. He worked as Art Publisher at the Hayward Gallery from 2013 to 2016, commissioning and editing texts by a range of renowned curators and writers on art. As a novelist, he won the Betty Trask Prize 2015 and the HWA Debut Crown, and has been shortlisted for a range of prizes including the 2015 Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year Award. http://www.benfergusson.com/
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