You Draw My Hum
Workshop for Families
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Join artist Nia Fekri as she activates Tools for Solidarity; an interactive play space co-designed by RESOLVE Collective and children from Earl’s Court Youth Club and three school groups at the A.M. Qattan Foundation in Ramallah, Palestine. Learn how to draw sounds, play music with instruments and everyday materials and experience the power of collective humming and music making.
This workshop will be developed into a lesson plan, a self-guided activity for children and families to use in The Mosaic Rooms garden and beyond. Check out and create with Lesson Plans.
Suitable for age 4-11. Parents or carers must accompany their children.
Nia Fekri is an Iranian-British multidisciplinary artist and educator working primarily with moving-image, writing and performance. She received a BA from Slade School of Fine Art. Her work often deals with modes of storytelling in conversation and the ways they structure everyday realities and fictions. She is driven by need to register the fragmentary and ghostly nature of immigrant experiences, familial relationships and intimate spaces. As an educator and facilitator, Nia’s focus is on collaborative storytelling, speculative exercise through a variety of mediums. Her most recent projects have been in collaboration with UCL Art Museum, The Mosaic Rooms gallery and the British Film Institute.
Images: Photos by Nicola Tree.