Saturday 30 June 2012
With Juneau Projects
In this workshop Juneau Projects will explore the techniques used to create the film The Colour Bright and enable children to create their own animated drawings.
The workshop is for children of all ages and is free to drop in and stay for as long as you wish.
All children must be
25 June - 28 July 2012
The Colour Bright was commissioned in collaboration with Sheffield Children’s Festival and Art Sheffield, Site Gallery is delighted to present The Colour Bright, new work by Juneau Projects (Birmingham, UK)
Click here to see a short clip of the work produced.
The Colour Bright imagines a post-apocalyptic world in which society and culture have had to
Reticent, Ripe, Rotten Project
Reticent, Ripe, Rotten was an intensive script writing and performance project which saw artist Tom Woolner, in the build up to his Site Residency, working with young people from Sheffield and Rotherham Young Writers to explore the sculptural and performative areas of his current work through generated scripts and related performances.
An Interview with artists, Graham Ellard & Stephen Johnstone
Media student, Kayleigh Maxwell-Linden researched and conducted an interview with artists Graham Ellard & Stephen Johnstone at the end of their Platform residency [Thing To Come] at Site Gallery in January 2010.
Assisting Graham Ellard & Stephen Johnstone
Five young apprentices invigilated and assisted collaborating artists, Graham Ellard & Stephen Johnstone during their Platform residency in January 2010.
An Interview with Artist Richard Wheater
16 year old, Jacob Millen Bamford researched and conducted an interview with artist Richard Wheater towards the end of their Platform residency [Neon Lights] at Site Gallery in January 2010.
Show & Tell and Neon Sculpting Workshop with Richard Wheater
In January 2010, artist Richard Wheater gave a captivating and detailed insight into the art, science and history of neon to young apprentices through a Show & Tell and hands-on workshop that offered a rare opportunity to sculpt neon.
An Interview with Simon Goodman & Toby Heys [Audint]
17 year old art student, Oliver Haigh researched and conducted an interview with Audint artists, Simon Goodman and Toby Heys, towards the end of their Platform residency at Site Gallery in December 2010.
Assisting Audint Artists
As part of the Site Young Apprentice Scheme [SYAS], young apprentices assisted Audint artists Simon Goodman and Toby Heys in the construction of a cosmology of sonic weaponry on the insides of vinyl album covers which formed part of their gallery installation: Unsound Systems.