Making workshop with ActionSpace

Making workshop with ActionSpace

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RCN Library and Heritage Centre

20 Cavendish Square



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Get hands on in this flag making workshop and parade with ActionSpace for adults with a learning disability and/or autism

About this event

Join ActionSpace artist Andrew Omoding for a joyful afternoon of flag making, musical invention and performance at RCN Library and Heritage Centre in central London.

Inspired by his recent solo exhibition at Woodend Gallery in Scarborough, Andrew will lead an art making session using recycled materials to create flags and musical instruments. Participants will then activate their artworks to perform a parade celebrating the role of creativity in enabling self-expression and creating a sense of community and inclusion.

About the Artist

Andrew Omoding (b.1987) is an Ugandan born, London based artist who creates largely autobiographical sculptural works through an intuitive process of using materials he gathers and evolves around stories describing his life and the world around him. His mixed media sculptures, books and costumes are made using found materials that he weaves, wraps and sews. These works are often activated through performances led by Andrew.

About ActionSpace

ActionSpace is London’s leading supported studio and development agency for learning disabled artists. They are an exceptional visual arts organisation with big ambitions for the artists they work with. They support, advocate and promote diversity within the contemporary visual arts sector.

This event is for adults who identify as having a learning disability and/or autism.

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