“The core of every facilitator is…one that cares about the creative aesthetic, participant input and social impact.”
Our recent masterclass challenged artists’ perceptions of participatory arts exploring risk-taking, new methods of creative practice and collaborating with diverse audiences.
Facilitated by Spare Tyre artists Isaac Ngugi and Caroline Jeyaratnam-Joyner, participants were encouraged to reflect on their practice, experience and share ideas with peers, and experiment with different storytelling techniques.
"The masterclass overpassed my expectations and it really helped me to reflect on my own practice…I remembered how effective participatory arts can be in creating change… giving participants ownership to express themselves through art." – Participant
"Loved having this opportunity to share ideas and consider my own practice. The sessions felt free, authentic, friendly, honest”- Participant
This masterclass took place on Saturday 28 November at the Albany in Deptford, London.