Join us for the first instalment of a new programme aimed at young people. Spend three days at an ex-police-station turned art space, The Koppel Project Station, for an immersive residential where you will learn about the history of the building, create artwork, meet contemporary artists and curate your own exhibition. We will explore themes of civil unrest, social justice and police violence in an age-appropriate three-day event series.
Dates: Friday 17th February, Saturday 18th February, Sunday 19th February
10 am to 3 pm with a lunch break
Please bring packed lunch, but snacks and refreshments will be provided
Sign up for all three sessions is recommended but please let us know if you can only make certain dates!
Parents or guardians should contact firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Activity developed and led by:
Vanessa Giorgo (she/her)
Vanessa is an independent curator, facilitator and organiser, currently based in London. She has a Master’s in Curating from the University of Kent and has worked with many art organisations across the UK, leading on art events, tours and collaborating with local communities. She previously worked as a Project Coordinator for the Feminist Library in Peckham and now she is part of DACS (Design and Artists Copyright Services), working in Communications.
Viktoria Szanto (she/her)
Viki is an artist educator and charity worker. She has a Master’s degree in Arts and Cultural Management from King’s College London, with a specialisation in Outreach and Engagement. She has over ten years of experience working with children and young people in cultural and museum educational environments. Her most recent role was as the manager of a Carnival themed art project at one of the leading youth charities in London. She currently works with young carers at Carers Lewisham.
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