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Online I-Dentity Workshop

31/03/2021
Starts 06:00 PM to 07:30 PM
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Online
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Free
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All ages welcome
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0117 935 1200
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Online I-Dentity Workshop

Free workshop to explore creating work that represents your true self

I-Dentity is a project from artist Rider Shafique and photographer Khali Ackford highlighting the importance of creating from an individual perspective. The projects celebrates diversity and culture through exploring identity  through creativity.

In this free online workshop, tailored for black creatives, you will have the space to focus on creating work that represents your true self - no matter which artform you work in.

Rider and Khali will share their first-hand experience of creating work and have designed this session to give artists the confidence to use the skills you already have.

This workshop is for Black creatives in recognition of the particular barriers they face in the creative communities and will provide a space for candid sharing, devising strategies to access opportunities, overcoming discrimination, and for self-care. The definition of Black, for this workshop includes, people of African, Caribbean, and mixed/dual heritage.

About the artists

Rider Shafique is an artist working across multiple art forms who through experience of otherness and not fitting into stereotypical boxes, has learnt to create work from his authentic true self.

Khali is a Bristol based photographer who’s portraiture work is about uplifting, celebrating and documenting our community. ‘I use my skills to the best of my ability to fight for what I believe in’.

All our workshops within this series will take place on Zoom, once signed up this will be emailed within your confirmation.

This workshop is part of  What I Want To Be, What I Want To See

Trinity is thinking about the future, and we want to start by hearing from the people that matter - you. What you would do if you had no limits? Where would you go? What would you do? Who would you spend time with? And what are the changes you would like to see, locally or globally?

The project is supported through funding from the Cultural Recovery Fund helping Trinity still #behereforculture

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