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Map making: a creative online workshop led by Juliana Capes
20th February | 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
This February artist Juliana Capes will lead a creative workshop that invites you to explore your memories of place and journey through processes of description, mapping, drawing, folding, knotting, weaving and painting.
About this session
Join this informal and engaging session and make artworks layered with meaningful marks and memories.
Guided by Juliana, this workshop will begin with a simple drawing activity based around processes of describing and mapping in relation to places that are special to us, or memorable journeys we have taken, or a commute we aren’t doing at the moment. There will be opportunity to share these with each other and draw maps of each other’s descriptions.
In the workshop Juliana will include some paper folding, knotting and weaving techniques for you to try so that you can develop your map in three dimensions, and there will also be a chance to add paint and explore colour and emotion.
About Juliana Capes
Juliana Capes is an award-winning multi-disciplinary visual artist. She has worked in the arts in Scotland for the last 23 years, exhibiting most recently at Edinburgh’s Fruitmarket Gallery, Royal Scottish Academy and Edinburgh Art Festival.
Juliana’s diverse practice often uses the vocabulary of natural phenomena to ask questions about the processes of feeling, seeing and believing. She is also passionate about access to the arts and concurrently works in creative learning in galleries and community contexts. In particular over the last 15 years she has worked extensively with a Visually Impaired audience, notably as lead artist on the National Gallery of Scotland’s Visual Impairment programme.
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