When – Thursday 14th September
Where – Hay Studio, St Breock
You know what your brand does. You might know what it looks like. But do you know what it should be saying and how? Our Find Your Voice – and Get Heard training session is here to help you build a solid brand voice and content strategy, to connect you with your future fans and followers.
Inspired by rock-solid musical legends from Bowie to 2Pac, we unpick how unbreakable, unmistakable brand voices stand the test of time. And, once you’ve warmed up your brand’s vocal chords, we’ll help you devise ways of getting your message out there through original, fresh content that strikes the right note across all your channels.
This one-day course will be delivered by Stranger Collective and also includes a follow-up event on the 23rd November, to see how you’re getting on and address any challenges you encounter putting it all into practice.
Full Circle Weekend: Creative Immersion workshops in Dance, Voice, Film
VENUES: The Hurlers Stone Circles, Minions, Liskeard, Cornwall, PL14 5LE, and at Upton Cross Village Hall PL14 5AN
DATES: 22 September – 24 September 2017
The Full Circle: Creative Immersion weekend offers voice, dance and film practitioners a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in an amazing landscape – high up on Bodmin Moor and by The Hurlers stone circles – using it as inspiration for their creative practice.
Two parallel workshops bring movement and voice together to facilitate an experimental creative response to the ancient site of The Hurlers stone circles on Bodmin Moor through guided tasks and improvisations led by practitioners Lois Taylor and Gerry Hillman. With an introduction to the site’s history and astrological alignments by Brian Sheen from Roseland Observatory, the two groups will find new inspirations and responses, sonic and choreographic connections, working sometimes indoors and sometimes on site at The Hurlers to create a shared score inspired by the site and by each other. Sat 23rd Sept, 10-5.30, Sun 24th Sept 10-1pm with sharing afterwards.
Robert Schaller, of the Handmade Film Institute in Colorado, will also be leading a special one-day handmade film workshop relating to the ancient astronomical relevance of the moor and the site on Sat 23rd Sept. Please see http://mayescreative.com/ for full details.
The Full Circle weekend begins with an opening celebratory Equinox Event on Friday evening, followed by the workshops and a public sharing on Sunday 2-3pm as part of the Singing Up The Stones event. A ticket can be bought for the whole weekend, including all events (join us camping at Cheesewring Farm on the edge of the moors), or for a single workshop or event if preferred.
Research into The Hurlers suggests they align with the positions and movements of the sun and stars. The FULL CIRCLE immersive weekend takes place around the Autumnal Equinox when special alignments occur with the rising sun, making this the perfect place to consider our current and historic relationship with the stars and planets.
DARK SKIES: BRIGHT STARS is a Mayes Creative project, bringing together heritage partners and creative practitioners to explore the exciting history of astronomy in Cornwall. All workshops and events are kindly subsidised by Heritage Lottery Fund & FEAST. A unique creative opportunity not to be missed!
MORE INFORMATION http://www.mayescreative.com/full-circle.html
Contact Laura Martin, 07966 862630 for more details on behalf of http://www.mayescreative.com
James Parkes has worked with primary and secondary schools on animation projects since 2006.
Animation Projects generally take the form of a short film and can be tailored to your needs. From scripting and storyboarding, through model making and animation, to sound and editing, a collaborative team effort is encouraged in the journey from pre-production to post-production.
Animation Workshops instruct students on the craft of animation and culminate in animation examples. A variety of animation mediums may also be explored; puppet, plasticine, drawn, cut-out, pixilation, rotoscope and sand-on-glass.
Blazing Tales are a creative arts workshop company who combine art forms to make new creative outcomes with groups. providing a participatory, dynamic and empathic approach to art making for all through visual art, music, song-writing, storytelling and digital media.
Working with all ages and stages, on bold or intimate projects where the creative process is balanced with innovative results. They are ready-made team of specialist artists with a short hand to delivering inspirational workshops.
Blazing Tales team of artists are:
Music – Hugh Nankivell,
Visual Art – Cara Roxanne
Story Work – Sara Hurley
Digital Media – Tony Walker
More about Blazing Tales can be found here Blazing Tales CV
Tony is an artist who works with textiles exploring traditional and new technology.
He has extensive experience of running collaborative school art projects that combine active participation with impressive outcomes often in the form of large fabric banners and flags for public display.
Workshops introduce new creative techniques and processes, develop skills and share ideas that can be developed and sustained beyond the life of the project.
He is particularly skilled at working creatively with people and computers without getting bogged down with the technology.
I am a visual artist with ten years of experience working in schools, health and community settings and festivals. I have delivered workshops to a wide range of age groups. I have worked with classes and groups to creat short animated films on curriculum subjects, heritage, history topics, reminiscing, environmental issues etc and have developed sound tracks with music teachers. Many of these films have been shown at the Cornwall Film Festival and Animated Exeter.
I have given inset sessions to teachers in stop motion animation and editing. I have organised celebratory screening events and exhibitions in schools and community centres. I have worked on large collaborative projects with Tough Dough a group of artists and writer. We work in communities collaborating with teachers, children, specialists, volunteers and older groups of people delivering intergenerational projects.
I specialise in the following workshops:
Stop motion animation
Story boarding and editing
Drawing and painting
Mixed media and collage
To see the showreel please look at my website www.lizzieblack.com
Contact: 01737 731374
Amanda Lorens is trained as a sculptor and video artist. Based in Penzance, she has 18 year’s experience of working in schools, collages, gallery education, and community arts though out Cornwall and further a field. She works with children and adults of all ages, from primary education key stage 1 and 2, to secondary education, as well as further and higher education.
In recent years a large part of her work in schools has involved stop motion animation filmmaking. These films can be based on any subject area in the curriculum.
She specialises in delivering workshops in the following areas;
Stop motion animation filmmaking
Simple, creative and experimental filmmaking
Sculpture using a variety of materials, any thing from small-scale cardboard
Constructions to large-scale willow processional images
General mixed media art projects
She is able to work alone or collaboratively with other artist on cross art form projects. She also has experience of working with young people undertaking Creative Media Diploma’s and Arts Awards.
T 01736 330152
Mac Dunlop, founded The Poetry Point in 2007, and co-founded the Caravanserai project in 2008.
He was Poetry Editor of Cornish World Magazine, and is currently doing the same for the new My Cornwall magazine.
He also has several years experience in radio and broadcast producing regular weekly shows for The Source FM, and London’s Resonance FM, as well as live performances like the Caravanserai Fireside Sessions held at Treloan on the Roseland every summer.
Mac is currently developing the BeSpeak project of performances and creative writing workshops to tour around the region over the next year.
He has led workshops with various age groups in Poetry, Drawing and Sculpture, Performance Art, and Filmmaking.
Mac is also a writer on KEAP’s The Story Republic programme working in schools and residential acre homes, as well as performing at events.
He has Public Liability Insurance, and a current CRB.
I am an Animator and Maker who loves experimenting with different materials. My work includes painting, collage, textiles and animated film. I have been running creative workshops and projects in Devon and across the U.K for 10 years and have recently moved to Cornwall.
I enjoy working with a wide range of different people and venues and have run workshops in schools, community centres, Hospitals, Mental Health Centres, Pupil Referral Units and Learning Disability Projects.
My animation workshops can be tailored for children or adults on many themes, and include all aspects of animation such as storyboarding, model making, animating, sound recording and editing.The participants love creating a character and watching it come alive on screen!
I can also offer visual arts workshops to cover various topics using skills such as Feltmaking, Book Making, Building Giants, Creating a Magical World Installation, Making Time Machines, Nature themed murals, Building Castles, Identity themed Wallhangings, Puppet and Mask Making.
M 07709 524180