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Social [practice] #12 | Fly The Flag

Thu 01 Jan 1970


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    £25* (£21*)


    7pm - 9pm

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    Social [practice] #12 | Fly The Flag

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    Unfortunately this session has been cancelled. You can find dates for other creative classes here >>

    multicoloured felt organised into quirky shapes.

    SOCIAL [PRACTICE] #12 | Fly The Flag | CANCELLED


    • Wed 4 Nov: 7pm – 9pm


    Social [practice] offers an alternative platform for artists and creative producers to meet and make together in a series of practical projects hosted by creative practitioners. Along the way it aims to explore sharing, meeting & making, hosting, skill-exchanges and collaborative practice – often easing in with a sociable drink or two for good measure.


    In response to the Covid-19 situation, Exeter Phoenix temporarily closed to the public meaning we had to put our sessions on hold. Now as we carefully begin to welcome the public back into the building, we are able to reintroduce Covid-adapted workshops that it was not possible to offer earlier this year, starting with continuing our Collage Club sessions.

    This series of events explores the process of collage as a strategy for making and bringing disparate ideas and materials together to make something new. Collage Club was devised by graphic designer and quiz host extraordinaire Abi Will and illustrator and maker Scotty Gillespie.

    Fly The Flag

    Stick, stitch & patch a cavalcade of pennants, flags & banners along with your host for the evening, Scotty Gillespie to collage together a series of celebrations, protests or symbols of personal sovereignty. 

    Price includes materials but you are welcome to bring your own fabrics along too. 

    Tutor: Scotty Gillespie

    Scotty Gillespie is a multidisciplinary illustrator whose work consists of bright, optimistic imagery and celebrating inclusivity, playfulness and tenderness. Their practice spans across illustration, textiles, animation and ceramics.



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