Still Life singing workshops led by Héloïse Werner
Tuesday 10 August, 6.30-8pm

Part of Still Life – a series of three online workshops developed and led by Victoria Miguel with Sarah Grace Dye and Héloïse Werner.

With follow-up one-to-one sessions available
Tuesday 17 August 2-5pm

Free | 12 places available 
Takes place on zoom

Join soprano and composer Héloïse Werner on Tuesday 10 August for the last of three interdisciplinary workshops in this Still Life series. 

This singing workshop will take place 10 August, with the opportunity of a one-to-one follow up session on 17 August. 

About Still Life

Collectively titled Still Life, the workshops will use the ordinary domestic objects and materials that surround us in our homes as a widely accessible source of inspiration. Through writing, singing and book-making, the workshops will explore materials found in the home – from tableware and food waste to letters and other written items – and use techniques to reuse, recycle and transform them into art.

About the singing workshop

Still Life began with a writing workshop in March led by Victoria Miguel, during participants produced some writing that some of them later used as a starting point for book-making workshops in May with artist Sarah Grace Dye. In this workshop with Héloïse you will exploring singing techniques that relate and respond to the objects and things around us.

Information about what to expect with Héloïse’s workshop will be shared with those who book two weeks in advance.

About the workshop leaders

Victoria Miguel is a writer. Her work has been published and presented by Triple Canopy, Summerhall, and Glasgow International. She worked for the John Cage Trust (2001-2007) and has been a specialist in Cage’s work, creating unique performances, for more than a decade. Last year she began a PhD at the University of Glasgow exploring Cage’s writing and created the writing project, After John Cage: ‘Writing Through’ Carlyle and Emerson for Cample Line.

Héloïse Werner is a highly experienced singer, composer and improviser. She is co-director of award-winning contemporary quartet The Hermes Experiment with whom she has commissioned over 50 composers and produced a large number of concerts. Héloïse is one of BBC Radio3’s 31 Under 31 Young Stars 2020. Find out more about Héloïse’s most recent projects on her website: https://heloisewerner.com/

Sarah Grace Dye has worked with artists’ books for over ten years and is one of the founders of Sheffield’s Artists’ Book Centre. Last year, she contributed a book a month to Instagram’s global #areyoubookenough and participated in a virtual residency with Omenica Arts Centre in British Columbia, after a six-month art correspondence project with Canadian Visual artist Cat Sivertsen. She is currently involved in a number of artist book collaborations in conjunction with SIX Project Space. 

Do I need to have any experience to participate?

No, you don’t need any experience. Héloïse has designed her workshop to suit all abilities, including those who have no previous experience in singing,  as well as those who have some experience, or those who sing regularly.

Do I need to do any preparation?

We will be in touch with you ahead of the workshop to let you know what to expect in the session. You may need to gather the materials ready, but no practice or work needs to be done in advance.

Where will the workshop take place?

The workshop will take place on Zoom. A link will be sent to you once you book.

If you would like further information prior to booking, email us on info@campleline.org.uk

Please note, the session will be recorded, and will be available to those attending to watch again as a replay