Catherine Borowski shares a personal and incredible moving tale of the cathartic power of art and explains why she turned a skip into a new London gallery.
NEXT EVENT VOL 28
Get ready for an electic mix of presenters on the intriguing theme of experimentation.
Expect inspiration and innovation from quick-fire creative talks on typography; life drawing; sound art; body movements; pay equality and nonsense!
There may even be experiments happening live within the PechaKucha format!
Doors Open for Ticket Holders: 6.30pm
Plus note that tickets are non-refundable, unless event is cancelled.
PechaKucha Day Challenge!
BY ZARA WOOD A.K.A WOODY
@ VOL 27
ON JUN 28, 2017
Inspired by James Curran's PechaKucha, Brighton PK organiser Zara Wood a.k.a Woody took up a challenge herself: create a PechaKucha presentation in one morning, using only photos you have taken that morning! She took 20 photos documenting her walk into work. At Brighton's Volume 27, she then explained what had motivated her to take the photo - all on the theme of that evening: 'Peeps' short for people and also to see.
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Brighton based eco interior architect - designer of spaces + stuff. snow, sea, sword, singer, standup, circular economy. A BBC Expert Woman. forager. Eclectic - mostly harmless (apart from the swords bit)
Artist | Designer | Illustrator | Curator | Lecturer Having worked in London + Melbourne, Brighton is now my base. CD of my own design studio + product range, I'm also a lecturer in art and design. Drawn to promoting talented folk and creativity I'm founder of The Enquiry Desk + Colour In Club.
Alex is an experienced author and journalist who is currently running the editorial side of Viva Magazines, in Brighton and Lewes, UK. He likes cycling, playing jumpers-for-goals football, watching slow-moving films, and drinking red wine.