Make your own plasticine animation in a family-friendly workshop with Lily Ash Sakula.
Inspired by exhibition IN-SIDE-OUT-SIDE-IN, this workshop will explore the city’s digestive processes, exploring its portals and creating new worlds and characters to live in them. We will use animation, with its constantly morphing unlimited possibilities of representation, to capture our shifting ideas about how to live in our bodies and the world around us.
The workshop will include exploring new materials and combining them, creating characters and bringing them to life using stop motion animation.
This workshop is suitable for ages 8+. Intergenerational collaboration is encouraged.
This event will take place on the ground floor of our building which is wheelchair accessible. There are accessible toilets on the same floor. If you have any questions or if there is anything we can do to improve your visit please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Image credit: GIF supplied by the Lily Ash Sakula.
Lily Ash Sakula is a trans non-binary artist, animator and educator living in Deptford, London. They make collaborative animated films that seek to link different generations and communities, creating spaces in which they take their lead from participants’ ideas and processes. They want to create imaginative space for a world without borders, without prisons, without gender.
Lily runs participatory projects in schools, museums, galleries and theatres working with a wide range of ages and backgrounds. Recent partners have included: Meet me at the Albany, Camden Arts Centre, House of Illustration, Watts Gallery, Alexandra Palace, Create, Carers Lewisham, John Chilton School, Galop, Queer Youth Art Collective, Project Indigo and Ministry of Stories.
Lily is interested in capturing joy and freedom through movement, creating magical spaces in which social norms can be broken, and seek through their work to be an active practitioner of radical hope.