Shouting Quietly: Workshop for Creatives & Independents

Wed 4 November, 5:30pm - 8:30pm

Venue: Market Town Corner

FREE

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Join us for an interactive workshop specially designed to help makers, creative, and independent businesses connect more effectively with their customers.

The workshop will be led by Pete Mosley, Loughborough-based creative business coach and mentor, and author of The Art of Shouting Quietly: Self-Promotion for Introverts and Other Quiet Souls. Under Pete’s expert guidance you will find an individual voice that will raise your profile, enhance your web presence, improve your use of social media, and help you better communicate your unique stories to your customers.You will create a personalised plan that you can put into action immediately.

With refreshments provided and a chance to socialize and network with other like-minded individuals, this workshop presents a fantastic opportunity to think about your profile and leave with new ideas – just in time for the busiest sales time of the year!

Event schedule:

17.30 - 18.00       Arrive and socialise

18.00 - 19.00       Illustrated talk ‘Shouting Quietly’ and Q&A

19.00 - 20.00       Create action plan with Pete's guidance

20.00 - 20.30       Socialise and close

This event is part of Market Town, a series of new commissions and critical debate that sets out to re-imagine the future of Loughborough’s high streets led by Radar, LU Arts and Charnwood Arts, in partnership with Love Loughborough and Charnwood borough Council. The programme is supported using public funding by Arts Council England.

About Pete Mosley
Pete Mosley delivers talks and workshops on confidence, creativity, and business for corporate clients, universities, creative and cultural organisations, and individuals.He writes and blogs extensively about inspirational thinking, entrepreneurialism, and creativity and creates content for a wide range of magazines, websites, and webinars in the UK and overseas. The thinking behind Pete’s talks, publications and workshops is built on 30 years of face-to-face coaching, training and problem-solving sessions with a wide range of successful people. Pete has simply observed what works – and what doesn’t – and distilled it into sensible, realistic advice. It’s all based on real conversations with real people confronting life’s thornier issues – people just like you.

About The Refectory Table
This event has been curated for us by The Refectory Table. Based in Loughborough, created and run by Janet Currie, The Refectory Table offers inspirational creative business courses, workshops and events for makers, artists and independent businesses. Knowing how forgettable some courses can be Janet set out to create events tailored especially for small groups. These are held in interesting and relaxed spaces where it’s easier to think creatively, with the time and support you need to explore your own path for development, boost your confidence and find a fresh way of thinking about the way you work. Add in superb delivery and good food shared with like-minded people and you have a memorable and far longer lasting experience. 

http://shoutingquietly.com/profile

http://www.therefectorytable.com

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November 2018

'Co-working with Things': Exhibition Preview

November 2018

'Co-working with Things': Exhibition Preview

Join us for the opening of Assunta Ruocco's 'Co-Working with Things' in the Martin Hall Exhibition Space on Wednesday 14th November, from 4-6pm. Wine and refreshments provided, and the artist and curator will be present to discuss the work.

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Join us for the opening of Assunta Ruocco's 'Co-Working with Things' in the Martin Hall Exhibition Space on Wednesday 14th November, from 4-6pm. Wine and refreshments provided, and the artist and curator will be present to discuss the work.

An exhibition of artistic research conducted as part of the practice-based PhD project ‘Co-working with Things. How Furnished Spaces Contribute to the Emergence of Artworks’, supervised by Gillian Whiteley and­­­­ Eleanor Morgan, within Loughborough University School of the Arts, English and Drama. All prints were produced within SAED Printmaking Workshop with the help and advice of printmaking tutor Pete Dobson. Exhibition curated by David Bell, with support from Radar­.  

Background:

In 1947, artist Anni Albers urged us to consider ‘materials as our co-workers’. In so doing she invited us to develop new relationships with machines, tools, materials and working spaces. This exhibition explores how the things with which artists work can be seen as co-workers. All the artworks presented are based on simple sets of rules derived from what was possible within a particular, contingent context: working at home or in the printmaking workshop. The works are ongoing, and insist on labour intensive relationships with materials, tools and machines arranged within particular furnished spaces.


The most important aspect common to the works is that they are not autonomous pieces produced by an autonomous artist: their dependence on situations, contexts, equipment, and the willingness of others to do some of the work is written within the ‘code’ that structures their ongoing development. The modular installation Vertical Studio is formless, until someone helps to make it by arranging the elements. Aquatint Etchings is a series of double-sided, multi-layered prints: exhibiting them always involves outsourcing the process of deciding which print is visible, and which is concealed. To make the Photo-Etchings, I asked friends to select from thousands of drawings. Those chosen were then turned into a multiple through the complex photo-etching process which produces uncontrollable variations.

The myth of artistic autonomy is challenged by artworks that depend on contingent contexts and can only emerge from specific arrangements of things. Focusing on the role of things within furnished spaces also reveals the importance of maintenance activities that are not usually seen as part of artistic labour. It is the work of setting up and looking after spaces such as homes, studios and workshops that makes the emergence of new artworks possible.

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Loughborough University

Loughborough LE11 3TU, UK

luarts@lboro.ac.uk

01509 222 948

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