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Pop-Up Workshop: CONCEPT MAPPING 2.0 - 28 January

Pop-Up Workshop: CONCEPT MAPPING 2.0 - 28 January

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Saturday, 28 January, 11am-2.30pm (half hour lunch break)
Location: Studio, 26 Exmouth Market, EC1 4QE
with Elyssa Sykes-Smith

Merging diagrammatic drawing and metaphor Elyssa Sykes-Smith will run a concept-mapping 2.0 workshop that explores how to analyse, develop and potentially spatialise pre-existing concept maps. It is an ideal follow-on for anyone who has completed a previous concept mapping workshop, and who wants support to develop their ideas further. The workshop will consider the ways in which concept maps can demonstrate how people visualise relationships between various concepts focusing on the theme: global climate crisis. The framework we will use includes context, mind and body. Visualising thoughts, facts and emotions, in order to reflect over the past, to consider the present and to imagine the future within the supportive context of a group. A concept map can be understood as a personal narrative blueprint, something that can be kept as an artefact and potentially expanded upon.

The format for the workshop will include a review of key definitions and concept maps from previous workshops, followed by a series of structured concept mapping activities and group discussions. We will be using print-outs of the sculpture, tracing paper to build layers of enquiry, cutting and collaging, writing, drawing using pens and pencils, and spatial drawing using string.

Materials are included.

Note: STUDENT/UNWAGED discount of 33% 
Use the code: student-33 at checkout
Access: The studio is on the 1st floor with no lift

Elyssa Sykes-Sminth Bio:
Elyssa is an interdisciplinary artist working with sculpture, installation, film, and performance. Drawing is at the core of her practice, and is a tool for thinking, research, and for developing large-scale sculpture and multimedia works. She recently obtained a MFA from Architectural Association School of Architecture, London, and holds a BFA (Hons) in Sculpture at National Art School, Sydney. Elyssa assists with the management of Eye to Pencil.

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