Thu 25 Oct 6-9pm 2018 | Z-arts | FREE
Workshop: Approaches to Critical Writing
How can artists and audiences sidestep the star rating format to give meaningful critical responses to watching performance? A workshop lead by Salome Wagaine.
This workshop is intended for artists and audiences looking to try out new ways of expressing joy, tedium, or something else entirely after watching a performance. Focussing on criticism that sits outside the star rating reviews format, the session will explore approaching critical writing in a way that makes room for the social context in which any show is made, through a combination of discussion and exercises.
About Salome Wagaine
Salome Wagaine is a writer and producer from London. Currently co-project managing Live Art UK’s Diverse Actions initiative (which works to support people of colour working within the live art sector), she will edit a publication at the end of the project’s three years. Outside of her work in theatre and performance, she has a cultural criticism newsletter and wrote and directed her first short film, Highlife, earlier this year.
To join the workshop:
If you are an artist of colour, experienced, emerging or just plain curious about exploring live art, we would love for you to join us. To request a place, please email us at email@example.com.