This workshop will explore performance and filmmaking through a variety of creative activities. The workshop will focus on collaboration, play, and creative ways of telling stories together using screen-based performance.  The workshop will be run by students from Central Saint Martins who are studying MA Performance: Screen, and will be led by artist, filmmaker and facilitator Chuck Blue Lowry. 

The students have been developing their skills as performance filmmakers, and this workshop will be an opportunity for you to work together to explore ideas about capturing stories on camera, combining your skills as performers and storytellers with their camera and filmmaking skills.  

At the end of the workshops, there will be an opportunity for you to share feedback with the students about how you found the process, what you enjoyed, and what they could work on further.  

Please be aware that sections of the workshop will be recorded as part of the student’s assessment, but this will only be used internally at Central Saint Martins.  

This is a great opportunity for anyone who would like to think more about storytelling using digital mediums (audio and visual) and is interested in supporting students to develop their skills as workshop facilitators and collaborative filmmakers. 

About Central Saint Martins and Chuck Blue Lowry: 

Central Saint Martins is a world-renowned arts and design college bringing together a diverse range of creative practices under one roof.  The students leading this workshop are studying an MA Performance: Screen which aims to support them to define their voice and strategy as an independent film maker and screen-based performance maker.  You can find out more about the course here: 

Chuck Blue Lowry is an artist, filmmaker, facilitator and lecturer.  Chuck specialises in art as social practice, with a particular focus on intergenerational exchange and storytelling. Her primary art form is film and she directs, shoots and edits. She is interested in making work that platforms the voices of those who are often under or misrepresented and has worked with a range of communities in various settings, both nationally and internationally.  Chuck is an Associate Lecturer on the MA Performance: Screen. You can find out more about Chuck here: 

Registering information 

  • Places for the workshop are limited, so please register your interest and we will be in touch if we are able to confirm your place 
  • There are two time slots that you can choose from.  To note it will be the same workshop so please choose a time slot and only register for one.  
  • As places are limited, please only register your interest if you can commit to attending the workshop  
  • Priority will be given to new Members and Members who have not been engaged on recent courses 

Dates and Times

Tuesday 11 June 2024

Cardboard Citizens HQ

Tuesday 11 June 2024

Cardboard Citizens HQ

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Please click the link of the time slot you'd prefer. The first link is from 12 - 1:30pm and the second link is from 2 - 3:30pm .