In July and August, we ran two online facilitated interactive sessions led by artist & educator Rachel Dobbs. These sessions looked at topics such as:

“What is socially engaged art practice, anyway?”

“What is the landscape for socially engaged arts practice?”

“What’s it like to work with a community as an artist?”

“How can we improve our skills, opportunities for income & have more time to make art?”

During the session, Rachel and participants thought through some of the possibilities of working collaboratively in community contexts to make new, ambitious art projects.

The sessions were targeted at:

Artists & creative practitioners who are thinking about working in & with community contexts for the first time

Artists & creative practitioners who want to learn more about socially engaged art practice

Artists & creative practitioners who already have experience of working in community contexts and would like to meet others & find out about new opportunities to work in this way with Seed Sedgemoor

Are you an artist? We would love to hear from you. Join in the conversation here and let us know what you would love to see from us or join our mailing list to hear about upcoming opportunities