Talawa Make free artist development workshop
15 May 2017
Are you an artist looking for ways to GROW your artform?
We are excited to announce another FREE workshop as part of TALAWA MAKE!
A call for EMERGING Black playwrights, actors, theatre makers, directors, dancers, artists and photographers across London to GROW their craft with TALAWA and Camden People's Theatre. The workshop is an opportunity to explore experimental and contemporary theatre making techniques with Project O
An opportunity for emerging Black artists who have never worked with Talawato meet, to be creative and grow their craft.
This workshop will focus on making work in response to a theme of the body and will be led by the artists below:
Project O is a collaboration between Alexandrina Hemsley and Jamila Johnson-Small. They make work that aims to continually address, reevaluate, intervene, comment upon, resist and celebrate the fallout from being born black, mixed and female in 21st Century UK.
To book your FREE place call CPT box office on 020 7419 4841
If you have any questions please email [email protected]
TALAWA is the UK’s Primary Black led touring theatre company, and was founded in response to the lack of creative opportunities for Black actors and the marginalisation of Black peoples from cultural processes.
CPT is a central London studio theatre, dedicated to supporting young and emerging artists making inventive new theatre – particularly about issues that matter to people right now. By doing so, we champion different ways of thinking about and living in the world. Our work is rooted in the communities of Camden and London more widely, and through it, we celebrate the bold, the spirited and the unconventional. By presenting a diverse range of voices and perspectives on our stage, our work speaks to an audience reflective of the makeup of the UK.
Dates 10th June, 10am - 6pm
Location Camden People's Theatre, 58-60 Hampstead Road, London, NW1 2PY
MAKE aims to create a meaningful and sustained pipeline of talent to provide for the future diversity in British arts.