CONSEQUENCES
WORKSHOP



Wednesday 20 February
10am–12pm, 1pm–3pm
Free, suitable for all ages.


Join artist’s Emma Cousin and Alessia Franchi for a contemporary spin on the family fun parlour game Consequences. Similar to the Surrealist game exquisite corpse, each person takes a turn forming part of a body before passing it onto the next person.


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Emma and Alessia invite families to take part together, creating a series of figurative consequences from three making stations.

Station 1. Blindfolded Drawing
Station 2. Fantasy, Surreal, Real Drawing
Station 3. Building Body Parts

While you will get to take home your 2-dimensional works, we do ask that the clay sculptures remain and form part of Emma Cousin’s forthcoming exhibition at Milton Keynes Arts Centre, SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA launching Saturday 6 April – Saturday 27 April 2019.

Free, suitable for all ages.

Both morning and afternoon sessions will follow the same format, and we ask that families choose one session only.






CONSEQUENCES WORKSHOP
Wednesday 20 February
10am–12pm

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CONSEQUENCES WORKSHOP
Wednesday 20 February
1–3pm

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SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA IS AN EXHIBITION ACCOMPANIED BY A THREE-MONTH PROGRAMME OF EVENTS, LED BY ARTIST EMMA COUSIN FOR MILTON KEYNES ARTS CENTRE AS THE FOURTH INSTALMENT OF COMMON GROUND 2018–19.

With a focus on professional development for young people and artists living in and around Milton Keynes, Cousin’s February–April residency will offer a free programme of talks, family events and workshops at Milton Keynes Arts Centre, culminating in an exhibition of new work from Saturday 1 April – Saturday 27 April 2019.

Common Ground is a 12 month season of four distinct projects, each presenting high quality and meaningful opportunities for engagement between a diverse spectrum of artists and communities living in Milton Keynes. Working with artists RARA (Youngsook Choi and Kirsti Davies), Tracing the Pathway, (Ashleigh Bowmott, Cara Davies and Tom Eke), Milo Mcloughlin-Greening and Emma Cousin, our projects see artists work directly with our communities to create new works and establish a connected programme of workshops, professional and artistic development, events, talks and exhibitions.

Common Ground is supported by public funding from Arts Council England



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