Collage created by Marta Corada

Art Historian and Creator Noemi Bizzocchi will guide us trough a virtual experience, where we will learn about Collage techniques and will visit collage artworks created by different artists across the art history.
This is a free activity,  MeiMei Social and Hargrave Hall will provide the materials and equipment we need for this creative experience. It's open to adults living in Islington and no experience in arts is required. 
27th March, Wednesday 
Venue: Hargrave Hall Community Centre, Hargrave Rd, Archway, London N19 5SP
Time: 12.00 to 1.30 pm - Please, get there by 11.45am
"Building identity narratives through cutting, ripping and overlaying. The main goal of the workshop will be learning about collage techniques through history and looking at some inspiring contemporary artists working with this medium.
The activity will be focused on exploring the collage technique to create an image where elements are re-contextualised and re-used to tell about one's own identity narrative, creating a sense of self. Considering memories, representation and a feeling of belonging."
Noemi Bizzocchi.   

Noemi Bizzocchi

Noemi is an interdisciplinary creative specialised in museums' studies and passionate about art. In 2013 she moved to London from Italy with a degree in Anthropology and worked in different cultural institutions and galleries all over London. After gaining a Master's degree in Museums, Galleries and Contemporary Culture from the University of Westminster, in 2018 she created her own project called Visito, working as an independent professional, organising guided tours and creative workshops to facilitate people to get closer to art and culture. Since 2020 Noemi runs a cultural organisation in Italy called Spazio Diagonale.

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