Engine Day is a longer and more in-depth opportunity for peer support and critique. Engine Day has emerged from requests from artists at Engine ChatChat. This is an extended opportunity for artists to share ideas, ask questions and get feedback within a supportive peer critique framework.
During the session you will be able to:
Hear an overview of other artists practices and questions
Have the opportunity to receive supportive and constructive peer feedback
Be able to put up your work / test new ideas in a white space
Meet other artists
12pm - come and set up (Put your work up in the gallery & take photos if desired)
Part I – all artists do 3 minute presentations with 9 images on their work and ask a question (to spark conversation in Part 2)
Lunch together – please bring food.
Part 2- artists divide into groups according to part I for in-depth constructive conversations about their work
6pm – Take down work and fill in holes
All artists are welcome to join the conversations or present a piece of work for discussion. This includes artists who did not go to art school, artists at any stage of their career and working in any discipline.
Elizabeth Murton has been facilitating Engine ChatChat since 2007, purposely in small groups and encouraging constructive conversation. It is an informal place to discuss art work and find out about other artist's practices. It is an opportunity to dedicate some time to get feedback on the ideas and content of your art practice, as well as meet with other artists.
There will be a short break in this session to have a snack, please bring something with you.
If you have any access needs, please feel free to call the Bow Arts office to discuss your requirements.
If you are a Bow Artist and booking a discounted ticket, please bring your pink Bow Arts card with you when attending. You know you are a Bow Artist if you have a pink card – please call the office with any questions.