Morley's kaleidoscope: life at the Waterloo Centre
This workshop will explore the themes of Riham’s current performance – Another Lover’s Discourse. Opening up a discussion with participants and engaging them with questions she had around the subject and specific methods used in her creative process.
Explore what love means to you using different creative tools such as body, text, music, video and objects. This three hour creative workshop is open to anyone questioning society’s expectations of our love lives and the fixed ways of thinking about gender roles, culture and love. You’ll have the chance to share your own perspectives in a safe and inclusive environment, using different tools and activities to explore what love means to you.
No past experience is necessary. Age Group: 18+
Riham Isaac is a performance artist and theatre maker who brings together a range of practices — acting, singing, dancing, video and explores new mediums of live performance and multidisciplinary arts. Riham’s practice reflects on what it means to be producing innovative artistic work in Palestine in the current moment. Her work is playful and a profound commentary on a wide range of pressing issues related to gender, politics, and arts.
* Free for current Morley students – please email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for a free place.
Workshop will be held in the Johnny Harris Studio at Morley College London, Waterloo Centre.