A Workshop with Becky Peach
Through a series of short activities, this workshop invites all to discover shared experiences of the domestic and discuss how these flow into other day to day experiences. Looking at objects and systems in the home that can affect mood and behaviour. Exploring paper and screen-print we will develop a wearable object based on our conversations; rounding off the day with a fancy-dress tea party.
Suitable for all.
Free, however spaces are limited. Please book here.
Led by Becky Peach
Becky Peach (b.1989 Burton upon Trent) lives and works in Liverpool, UK. She is a visual artist and freelance facilitator. She is a current studio member and Director of The Royal Standard, as well as a Print Assistant and Engagement Assistant at the Bluecoat.
Interested in theories of embodied knowledge and haptic and experiential learning, she explores how engaging with art can develop awareness and heighten consciousness. Becky works predominately with print but has recently began exploring performance, installation and video to create works that encourage participation.
Becky recently completed the PAPER gallery mentorship scheme culminating with an exhibition at PAPER, Manchester. She was also an associate artist for The Double Negative/The Royal Standard writing residency and selected artist for the Carte Blanche Residency with Back and Forth Collective, Nantes.
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