ART Workshop - The Covid-19 experience
Saturday, March 20th, 2021
An art workshop reflecting on the Covid-19 experience . A chance to capture challenges, fears and gratitude through art and tell your story.
With the stresses and challenges we have had recently, it has made us think differently and use resources in new ways and embrace technology. It’s been hard and we all have a story to tell.
10 am - 11.45am /12pm - Art session. Please arrive for the welcome and introduction with Rana for instructions. You will be welcome to pop in and out of the session after. You can opt to have your camera off and just join us via audio.
12pm - 1pm - An opportunity to present your work to everyone
Suitable for all ages and families; Children and youth under 18 years will need to be registered and accompanied by an adult.
About the workshop: How has the pandemic disrupted your life over the last year? There has been disruption in all our lives - some fundamental freedoms that we have enjoyed have had to be stripped away for us. Going to work, shopping, hugging, education, visiting our family and friends .....we have all been affected in different ways.
Join us for this friendly online art session with Rana Ibrahim and tell your story through making your own collage. The session aims to help us collectively acknowledge the pandemic and to search for the positive stories, stories of gratitude, that have inspired us to innovate and create ways to continue to live alongside or move past the challenges we face as individuals and as communities.
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Normally Venues Across Oxfordshire - Now Online
C/o 8 Hazel Road
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