This course is now fully booked.
Please register your interest so that you can be put onto the waiting list by emailing Cindy at email@example.com or calling 0115 948 9750.
The Anti Gallery, also referred to as TAG, is a pop up gallery with its roots firmly in Nottingham. Inspired by urban culture and activism, TAG represents artists from all cultures and creative worlds, championing cross collaboration and creation to produce and exhibit art outside of traditional gallery environments.
Founder and Curator, Saziso Phiri and Creative Producer, Cindy Sissokho are running a course exploring different issues arching the exhibition The Place Is Here, with particular focus on ideas of marginalisation within British society. In this four-week course, participants will create artworks through visual and digital mediums as well as spoken word and poetry.
This course is free and welcome to all. Participants must be over the age of 18 and able to attend all sessions.
Booking is required as places are limited. To book plase email Cindy at cindy@nottinghamcontempora
Thur 2 March, 11am-2pm
Thur 9 March, 11am-2pm
Thur 16 March, 11am-2pm
Thur 23 March, 11am-2pm
Saziso Phiri is an independent curator specialising in urban contemporary art and street art. In late 2015, Saziso founded The Anti Gallery. As well as working locally, Saziso has also been a part of an international Cultural Producers initiative for Nuart, one of the world's first and leading street art festivals.
Cindy Sissokho was born in Paris and graduated from MSc in Cultural Events Management at De Montfort University, Leicester in 2014. Cindy is part of a local artists collective named Kühle Wampe which organises experimental events in Nottingham and she also regularly volunteers as an Arts & Crafts Workshop Facilitator with children that are refugees and asylum seekers in Leicester.