Artists workshops with Voice magazine

Thanks to Arts Council England, we're excited to be offering a series of artist workshops. Join us as we interview creatives and then hand over to them to run a workshop! Perfect if you're doing Arts Award and need to find out about an artist's work and career.

From artists to actors, we've got an insightful series planned for you. First, join the artist on Instagram where they will do a LIVE demonstration or performance followed by an interview from one of our Voice Contributors. THEN, head over to ZOOM where the artists will run a LIVE 30 minute skills share workshop, showing you exactly how to become as amazing at their art form as they are. 

We have 12 artists workshops planned between now and November 2020, so keep checking back for the latest additions. 

Artists workshops with Voice magazine

SIGN-UP: All workshops are FREE to attend. To reserve you place on a workshop click on the event link below or sign-up here. Any questions email [email protected]

Artist workshops
When
Workshop details
Choreographing for film with Margo Roe
9 July - 12.30pm
Margo Roe is a writer, director and choreographer from the Midlands, UK. Margo’s recent short film ‘Searching for Cowardice’ was created as part of the BBC New Creatives programme
An introduction to poetry with Theresa Lola
16 July - 12.30pm
Theresa Lola is a British Nigerian poet, events programmer, workshop facilitator, and is currently the Young People's Laureate for London. She'll be exploring an introduction to writing poetry.
Approaching character from Akash Prasad30 July - 6.30pm 
Akash Prasad is a British actor, producer and writer who produced and stared in his own short film 'Built to Be', alongside BAFTA winning actor Adam Deacon. He'll be exploring methods for creating a character as an actor and tips on how to stay productive when not acting on set.
Performing your art with Jackie Hagan
3 November - 6.30pm
Jackie Hagan is an award winning writer, performer, trainer and activist, passionate about class, sexuality, disability and accessibility. She recently starred in and wrote an episode of Crip Tales for BBC Four and BBC America.

More to workshops follow! 

Voice goes live

We are expanding beyond the written word to bring you more multimedia content, starting with two weekly series discussing the latest in art and culture. Check out our other live events and interviews here.