A Twilight Event for Teachers
A practical workshop aimed at secondary school teachers presenting approaches to engaging with BPB16 themes.
Led by experienced artist facilitator Annis Joslin, the session will begin with a focus on photography as a prompt for discussion and creative writing followed up with theme-linked individual and group photography-based tasks as well as experiments with collage, objects, text and video loops.
This event is free but booking is essential
Find out more about the many events and free exhibitions that make up Brighton Photo Biennial 2016 at bpb.org.uk
Annis Joslin is an artist and filmmaker with a background in performance graduating from Dartington College Arts in the early 90’s, then shifting into film and video and completing an MA at Chelsea College of Art and Design in 2000, followed by a year-long studio fellowship. People are at the heart of all her work, with many projects documentary based and central to her approach is creating encounters and making connections with communities through conversation and creative interventions. She has always maintained a dual commitment to her educational/participatory arts practice and creative output with projects and commissions from The Royal College of Physicians, The British Museum, Sussex Partnerships NHS Trust, The Women’s Library, London, The National Trust, Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth, Project Art Works, Lighthouse and Royal Pavilion and Museums, Brighton.