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Gil Mualem-Doron presents
DIY Diversity Flag – LBTH Schools Workshop
Monday 24 September
The DIY Diversity Flag Workshop is for pupils to map diversity that exists in their daily life, culture and community. This mapping is represented by creating a flag with textile designs from the places they have some relations to.
The workshop fuse various disciplines such as geography, history, design and art. In addition the pupils are introduced to contemporary art movements such as participatory art, community art, protest art, and public art and learns about art which is mostly produced and exhibited outside established museums and galleries. The pupils will end the workshop with the creation of bunting that can be exhibit in their classroom or school, and/or personal handheld flags.
Gil Mualem-Doron (UK/Israel) has been is asocially and politically engaged artist working in various media including installations and photography. He has exhibited works at places such as the Tate Modern, Liverpool Museum, People’s History Museum (Manchester), EAST66 – Centre For Urbanism (Amsterdam). He has won several grants, prizes and commissions from the British Council, The Art Council England and the Henri Ford Foundation, Counterpoints Arts and Platforma. More can be seen on www.a4community.com
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Suitable for KS2 Pupils from LBTH Schools
To book you place on this workshop please contact Tracy Barbe on firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is wheelchair accessible.
Mon 24 September