We can forget how much everyday art is collaborative - books have
writers, editors and illustrators; films and TV shows have writers,
directors and camera crew. Audiences can also be a part of a
Unfinished Art Collective take unfinished or unloved art (from
scrapbooks, notebooks etc), and edit, add, or use it as inspiration to
give it a new lease of life and give the original piece some new
perspective. Seeing how what you created made someone else create is a
great way to see the good in your own work. In this workshop, we will
work together to create stories and develop ideas in the form of
collaborative zines, passing around empty zines and adding to them one
page at a time, responding to each other's work as we go.
Miggy is a London based storyteller, singer, poet, bee enthusiast, and
half of Unfinished art collective - a collaborative space for people
to create and share from each others unfinished or discarded work.
Queer Youth Art Collective (QYAC) has run workshops at London’s The
Outside Project for LGBTQ young people 18-26 since August 2019. The
project delivers newly commissioned workshops by LGBTQ artists and
youth forums for attendees to discuss their practice and socialise.
These alternate weekly on Sundays. Our primary aims are to challenge
isolation, provide free and engaging arts workshops and build skills
and infrastructure for a resilient, peer-led LGBTQ arts and education
culture in London and throughout the UK. We currently run 2 groups:
ONLINE on ZOOM & OFFLINE From The Outside Project’s Community centre
in CENTRAL LONDON.
This event will include: sharing work that has been created in the
workshop. Please make any access requests in the "Your Comments" box
when booking your ticket or email email@example.com.
Part of Glasgow Zine Fest 2022