Led by artist Miroslava Vecerova, this exciting outdoor workshop incorporates cuttlebone painting and photography and will explore the local coast with focus on inter-tidal zones with its specific rock pool environments marked by prehistoric times.
This workshop begins in the Learning Space and moves to the Seafront. Please wear warm clothing that is also suitable for getting messy!
About the Artist:
Miroslava was born in Prague, Czech Republic and is now based on the UK coast of the English Channel. Drawn from her experiences growing up in Central and Eastern Europe her multifaceted work often references humanities-based and vernacular approaches to the environments and other species like animals, plants, minerals and the unknowns. Through a language often composed of image making, sculpture, performance and participation of audiences she explores entangled processes relating to the experience of existing whilst navigating contemplations on the future of diverse ecologies. She studied Fine Art at the Camberwell College of Arts in London (BA) and the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague (MA). Since 2019 she has been also undergoing various trainings in energy works, alternative healings alongside movement and psychotherapy courses (Foundation).