2014 education programme to be confirmed
education and artist paid opportunities 2013
the open west selected four artists to devise and run projects in liaison with teachers and youth workers at Katherine Lady Berkeley's School, Wotton-under-Edge, Churchdown School Academy, Gloucester and Young Gloucestershire, Wotton-under-Edge (youth support agency).
two further artists were selected to run a four day drawing workshop at Newark Park encouraging participation with visitors of all ages
the open west 2013 also offered two residencies in partnership with Meantime project space and Newark Park
Vaughn Horsman (thoughtform.co.uk) at Katherine Lady Berkeley's School
Beatrice Haines (beatricehaines.com) at Churchdown School Academy
Rhonda Weppler and Trevor Mahovsky (rweppler.com) at Young Gloucestershire
artists Debbie Locke and Sara Dudman devised a series of drawing workshops and invited visitors to Newark Park to join them in an informal, inquisitive and entertaining series of drawing processes. This opportunity was of particular interest to families with children and those who wanted to explore innovative methods of drawing. Debbie and Sara provided a rolling programme of activities and participation opportunities which people dipped in and out of as they visited the workshops held in the summerhouse. These activities included making drawing machines and wind powered kinetic mobiles, tracing movement using portable camera obscura and using GPS technology to draw whilst walking.
a day of artists' conversations took place on Saturday 12 October - participating artists: Kim Francis, Rob Miller, Tracey Rowledge, David Hamilton, Paula MacArthur, Nigel Massey and Sara Wicks
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