Saturday July 22nd | 2pm | $50 ($60 for non-members)
The Power Plant | 231 Queens Quay W
Reservations online via The Power Plant
I’m thrilled to be running a writing workshop at The Power Plant this July to complement the themes and ideas of Ydessa Hendeles’ The Milliner’s Daughter. Here’s a summary of the workshop, the exhibition, and how you can be part of this special session.
Anyone can be welcomed in some circles and turned away from others. Everything from the way we look, to our friends, family, and beliefs can affect our perceptions of self and the roles we are expected to play in society. All of these ideas are examined in Ydessa Hendeles’ The Milliners’ Daughter, presented by The Power Plant from June 24th-September 4th, 2017.
Outside In is a hands-on writing workshop that invites participants to consider different perspectives about outsiders and insiders, themselves and others. After a tour and discussion of The Milliner’s Daughter, writers will be invited to create and share new pieces of flash fiction, poetry or memoir in response to open-ended exercises. The workshop’s supportive structure encourages writers to share personal thoughts in a safe and non-critical environment.
The workshop is open to writers of all levels. Writing materials will be provided.
Ydessa Hendeles is a pioneering exponent of curating as a creative artistic practice. Blurring the borders between collector, curator and artist, she has fashioned her own distinctive space in the contemporary art world. She explores perceptions of difference and diversity in her work, assembling objects and artefacts into contemporary fables about the way representation and distortion, appropriation and assimilation can filter group and individual identities. Read more about Ydessa Hendeles, The Milliner’s Daughter and reserve your space for Outside In at The Power Plant’s website.