Fallout Boys and Cannon Girls
Workshops for young people aged 13 – 16.
Plymouth Arts Center, Saturday’s 27 September, 4 October & 11 October 11am – 4pm.
Join artist and writer Mark Greenwood, working in association with i-DAT and Plymouth Arts Centre, for three days of creativity linked to the exhibition Kings Island by Tom Dale. During these workshops participants will be using writing, sculpture and objects, as Mark leads an investigation into local myths, monuments and celebrities. The resulting work that will be exhibited during the Plymouth Respect Festival on i-DAT’s 10m x 5m low resolution Urban Screen.
Advanced booking is essential and you can book for one or both workshops.
Contact Plymouth Arts Centre on: 01752 206 114 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark Greenwood is a performance artist/ writer originally from Newcastle but now based in Plymouth. He has presented work across the U.K, Europe and the United States over the last ten years. Utilising indefinite durational practice as an art form, Greenwood’s interests lie in writing as a socio-physiological practice and the interrelations between gender, memory, cultural location and identity. Parallel to the generation of poetic texts through experimental procedures that seek to subvert and resist the structures of hegemonic discourse, Greenwood incorporates the ideology of gambling and chance in his current work.
As well as collaborating with London artist Liam Yeates through the medium of film and video, Mark regularly curates the Red Ape Language Project at Plymouth Arts Centre and contributes writing for a number of on-line art journals including AN Interface, Writing from Live Art and Total Theatre. He recently completed an MA in Performance Writing at Dartington College of Arts and is currently researching a doctorate in Fine Art at Kingston University in London.