Workshop: Collage Portrait – participants will create a striking collage portrait of themselves using their own images that are important to them. Everyone will be encouraged to explore their unique experience of growing up and their individual identity. Open to 11 – 16 year olds.
Date: Saturday 4 July 2020
10 – 10.45am – workshop with photographer Sam Ivin – introducing taking a headshot and editing them and giving a brief on how to start creating a collage portrait.
10.45am – 12.15pm – participants have 90 minutes offline to complete their portrait. Sam will be available to answer any questions that you may have
12.15 – 1.00pm – Participants share their final portrait
Venue: online via Zoom (parent/carer will need to set up an account). If you are unable to take part in the online session and would like an activity pack sent out to you instead, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Resources: for the workshop you will need a black and white headshot printed on A3 or A4, 12 – 20 photographs of you growing up printed on office paper, glue stick, scissors, markers or pens. If you do not have access to printing photographs at home, BEEE Creative can print them and post them back to you (we will need these by 26th June). Please indicate this on the booking form.
Booking: The workshop is funded by The National Lottery Heritage Fund, so we are able to offer the workshop free of charge. Places on the online session are limited to 12 people and must be booked in advance. To book, please complete the following form: https://forms.gle/2ZBZciBbzA3EQcbTA
On the booking there will be three different options that you can sign up for:
Option 1: The young person has access to a camera/phone with camera, computer and printer at home to take and print their own images and they will join the Zoom workshop.
Option 2: You will email photos (headshot and 12 – 20 images) to BEEE Creative by Friday 26 June for them to print off on your behalf and they will be sent back to you in time for the workshop. The young person will then join the Zoom workshop.
Option 3: The young person would like an activity pack sent to them and will not be joining the online workshop.