14:00 - 15:00, Friday 29th April 2016
Council Room - Level 2, King's College London
This session is part of the Creativeworks London Festival. A full list of CWL Festival sessions can be found here.
Where does the best learning take place – in a classroom or on the job? What happens when ideas and actions collide? And how can we provide space for experimentation, risk and failure?
Creating Routes is a collaboration between Talawa Theatre Company, Emergency Exit Arts and Goldsmiths, University of London that shatters the boundary between academic study and vocational training.
Over the course of an hour we will get you exploring, sharing and laughing about the ways you like to learn. We will share what learning in collaboration has meant to us, explore the roles that risk and collaboration can play in learning and highlight the gifts that can emerge when you work at the crossroads between practice and theory.
This participatory workshop will be led by Creating Routes alumni: Louise de Froment, Josh Solnick and Shanika Warren-Markland. All three are artists who work in community settings with a range of organisations including London Bubble, Talawa Theatre Company, Battersea Arts Centre and Emergency Exit Arts.
Image credit: Enrique Rovira