Sat + Sun 12-2pm
Stryx, 158 Fazeley Street, B5 5RT
No booking required / Materials provided
In conjunction with Supersonic Festival, Stryx residency artists will be delivering workshops that invite the public to explore their practices in a hands on approach!
SLOW COOKER is a new and exciting artist residency and development of the
SOUP residency programme at Stryx, aimed at facilitating artistic collaborations and networks, forming relationships to build a strong connected arts community.
Workshops will be delivered on both days 12pm -2pm as drop in sessions, so donʼt be shy to turn up and see if you fancy getting involved.
Thomas Kilby: For his workshop Tom will provide narratives, songs, costumes and props for participants to use green screen and produce their own karaoke video
Frederick Hubble: Fred will teach you how to make pasta dough levitate
Ian Andrews: Sit down for dinner with Ian and sculpt your own replica food
Hannah Taylor + Emily Scarrott: Work with Hannah and Emily to explore
representations of yourself and others through movement colour and space.
Stryx is an artist led studio, project and exhibition space in Digbeth, Birmingham