A series of workshops designed with members for members! These monthly workshops are an open space for Members of all ages and stages to connect with others, explore different aspects of creative practice and get inspired. Sessions will vary month to month and may include:
ARTIST MASTERCLASSES – These sessions will introduce Members to guest Artists connected to Cardboard Citizens to share their practice and experience of working in the industry
INDUSTRY Q&As – These sessions will invited industry professionals to talk about their work and journeys, connecting them to our Members through Zoom
MEMBERS’ CREATIVE SPACE – These sessions will provide Members the space to try out new creative ideas and hold artistic focus groups through both Zoom and in-person
This strand of our programme is co-created with Members so let us know if you have an idea of what you would like to see take place here or if you would like to deliver something yourself. Contact us by email on firstname.lastname@example.org if you have an idea you would like to contribute.
MEMBERS’ CHECK-IN – In between monthly sessions, Members are also invited to facilitate their own Member-Led Check-In via Zoom or face-to-face (space depending). If you would like to run a session please contact us by email on email@example.com for more details.
Session Details and Booking Options
ARTIST MASTERCLASS with RESOLVE Collective
Friday 10 June, 5pm – 7pm (Cardboard Citizens HQ)
RESOLVE Collective will host an emotional mapping workshop that builds on a commonly used methodology to understand people’s relationship to their local area, through stories, feelings, and connections to these places. The workshops will be adapted to focus on the journeys of participants, highlighting and dwelling on overlapping encounters, moments of contestation, and celebration. The series of workshops is part of RESOLVE Collective’s collaboration with the Whitechapel Gallery where they are looking at Angel Alley and understanding the potential for creative intervention to address some of the Alley’s current challenges.
Participants are not required to have direct experience of Angel Alley, or Whitechapel, we are interested in talking to people who have experience in East London and who’s journeys, and encounters have taken them across the city. RESOLVE Collective‘s exercise is a way using the experiences of the Cardboard Citizens group to better formulate our strategy for the alley way, acknowledging the uniqueness of each experience but understanding the common threads that may positively influence our strategy moving forward.
Find out more about RESOLVE Collective on their website by clicking here.
ARTIST MASTERCLASS with Jasmine Lee-Jones
Friday 8 July, 6pm – 9pm (Cardboard Citizens HQ)
Jasmine Lee-Jones is a writer and actor based in North London. Her first full-length play SEVEN METHODS OF KILLING KYLIE JENNER opened at The Royal Court in July 2019 and won the 2019 Evening Standard Award for Most Promising Playwright, the 2019 Stage Debut Award for Best Writer, the 2019 Alfred Fagon Award, the 2020 Critics’ Circle Theatre Award for Most Promising Playwright, and the European New Talent Drama Award 2020.
Other writing credits include CURIOUS (Soho Theatre, 2021); LIVING NEWSPAPER (Royal Court Theatre, 2020); MY WHITE BEST FRIEND (Bunker Theatre, 2019), DARK MATTER (Beyond the Court), SAY HER NAME, DRINKING CONCRETE [co-writer] (Open Court).
Training includes Royal Court Supergroup (2018-2019), Guildhall School of Music and Drama (2016-2019), the BBC London Writers’ Group (2017), The Andrea Project Writing Group (2017), and Soho Young Writers’ Lab (2016). In theatre, she is currently under commission to the Royal Court Theatre and was a finalist for the Golden & Ruth Harris Commission 2021. Screen work includes a short community-led film produced by the Young Vic (2020), adapting a major novel into a TV series for Potboiler/BBC, and a feature film adaptation for Dorothy St Pictures/Film4. She is also part of BFI Flare’s BAFTA Crew 2021.
Due to an Artist’s availability we can not guarantee that the Community Programme sessions will be held on the same day and time. Some workshops will also take place in person and will have maximum number of attendees; when this is the case and workshops become fully booked you will be added to a waiting list and contacted by Bonny Herington.
For more information on our sessions, please contact us by email on firstname.lastname@example.org
Who are these workshops for?
These workshops are only for inducted Members of Cardboard Citizens London and beyond.
Information, Advice, and Guidance
A quick reminder that Members can contact Matt for Information, Advice and Guidance during this time – phone 07568 957910 or email email@example.com