An artist talk by Letty McHugh about her project, 'Book of Hours: Reflections on chronic illness, contemporary art, Anglo Saxon hermits and the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
In this workshop, Kajal will provide you with new tools to nurture a healthy creative practice. Using basic principles of yoga—accessible to all—Kajal shares some of her personal processes towards emancipation / transformation as she managed and overcame a chronic illness using natural methods.
In What Artists Wear, style luminary Charlie Porter takes us on an invigorating, eye-opening journey through the iconic outfits worn by artists, in the studio, on stage, at work, at home and at play. From Yves Klein's spotless tailoring to the kaleidoscopic costumes of Yayoi Kusama and Cindy Sherman; from Andy Warhol's signature denim to Charlotte Prodger's casualwear, Porter's roving eye picks out the magical, revealing details in the clothes he encounters, weaving together a new way of understanding artists, and of dressing ourselves.
Nicola Naismith presents a participatory workshop on 'Practising Well: Using reflection to support practice and wellbeing'.
The second of two events marking the launch of the Axis Book Club, join us for a talk by artist coach and author, Beth Pickens about her invaluable handbook, Make Your Art No Matter What.
We are delighted to invite you to a unique showcase evening of fun, performance and entertainment by Axis members. Emceed by the fabulous Quilla Constance, the Winter Cabaret will showcase performances, films and more from Axis members including Maryam Hashemi, Nigel Goldsmith, gobscure, Rhiannon Lowe, Sarah Riseborough and Tracy Satchwill.
To celebrate the launch of the new Axis Book Club, start your new year on the right foot with Bernadette Russell’s inspiring read, How to be Hopeful.