What do you make?
Share with us what it is you make!
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We are interested in making, like really interested. Making things by hand, with tools, with others, for others or on your own – it’s a constant thread throughout so much of what we do with artists and communities.
As a special treat during lockdown, every fortnight we will be celebrating and practising making, asking creatives from Milton Keynes and beyond to contribute to this series so that we can explore making in all its different guises across disciplines, cultures and periods of history.
We’ll host short interviews with artists and makers questioning their different methods of making and investigate why they make and how?
Alongside these introductions we will publish activities for children and families, applying what they’ve learned to create their own work of art or exploration of materials at home.
“I like the idea of ceramics holding memories and meaning – carrying the past into the present” Alondene Phillips
Alondene Phillips is an artist whose practice focusses on using print making and surface design techniques to explore different techniques and telling stories across ceramics and textiles.
Join us to meet the artist and take part in an exclusive informal discussion about process, method and making during – and after – a lockdown.
Thursday 3 December 2020
6–7pm, Online with Zoom
What do you make? with Kyle Kirkpatrick
Share with us what you make by tagging us in your posts!
Activity at home
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