Evolving In Conversation Launches On Saturday 18th October 2014

 

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Evolving in Conversation is three overlapping projects exploring the theme of How individuals Make Society Change.

 

Brighton and Hove Libraries have worked in partnership with Photoworks to commission photographers Chloe Dewe Mathews and emerging photographers Mary Freeman, Charlotte Ball, Gina Lundy and Daniel Regan. During summer 2014 they have worked with young people picking books, people or key moments as inspirations to make new work in response to the themes.

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 Join us to launch the project on Saturday 18 October from 11am-5pm at Jubilee Library.  To celebrate the project so far, we are hosting conversations with the artists Chloe Dewe Mathews and Georgia Metaxas, author Catherine Hall in conversation with Laura Lockington, and young people who participated in conversation with the emerging photographers. 

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To get your creative juices flowing, we are also hosting a variety of workshops: Bookmaking for young people and adults with artist William Sadowski from Photobookshow, Creative Writing for young people and adults exploring how we respond to images with words, with New Writing South and Seeing Things Differently – a drop-in workshops for children and families.

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 All Join the Conversation workshops and talks are free and open to all. To book a space on the Bookmaking or Creative Writing workshops please call 01273 290800 or email evolvinginconversation@brighton-hove.gov.uk

 

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