The Art of Creativity

A two-day workshop for anyone interested in exploring creativity and its applications.

When is it?
There are two workshops a year in May and September
The next workshop is on Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th September 2013

Contact makingspace for more details

Who is it for?
Anyone interested in enhancing their creativity, or that of their organisation. Anyone interested in the creative process, creative strategies and anyone engaged or interested in art making, education or innovation.

Experience Required
Experience of art making is not essential. More important is the desire to engage in an investigation of the creative process and a willingness to apply this through the process of art-making.

Where is it?
MakingSpace StudioSpace
Eel Pie Island
Middlesex TW1 3DY

How much does it cost?
This workshop costs £180 including basic materials. There is one concessionary place of £130 per workshop for anyone on a low income issued on a first come first served basis

Spaces are limited, so early booking is advised.

How do I book?
Email makingspace. You will be sent a booking form - just fill it in and send it back with your deposit.

A note on MakingSpace
MakingSpace was established in January 2009 to investigate, foster and develop the skills necessary for creativity and innovation both for art making and for every day applications. The principal ethos of MakingSpace is to engage the individual in first-hand experience of the creative process. By combining tutored investigation with a self exploratory art-room workshop environment, the individual is free to test theory against practice and to explore the nature and potential of his/her own inherent creativity.

Project Director & Facilitator
Sarah Preece is a graduate of Goldsmiths College, London, a practicing artist and an experienced teacher and facilitator. She has worked in the Arts and Cultural Sector as a Manager and Practitioner for the last 17 years. Sarah has been affiliated with Birkbeck College, University College London to research the intrinsic value of creativity through studio practice and research. The MakingSpace Workshops are the result of this research and artistic exploration and the findings have been put into practice in these workshops. They offer individuals the opportunity to explore and test practical ways of implementing creative approaches.