Come and take in a series of art and technology workshops organised in conjunction with our new exhibition Read my Lips. In these sessions we will be exploring the archive of the seminal AIDS activist collective Gran Fury, and discussing a range of contemporary debates in Queer discourse and healthcare. Participants will be supported to produce a new billboard artwork in virtual reality technologies that represents a conversation and debate that is important to them. This will include access to cutting-edge virtual reality goggles, film and media editing facilities and state of the art camera equipment.
Workshops are open to young people ages 14 – 18 interested in art and design. More information on our offer for younger audiences is available on our website on the Young Artists Programme page.
These workshops have been made possible with the support of The National Lottery Community Fund, Tower Hamlets Art and Music Education Services and the US Embassy in London. Young Artists Programme is delivered in collaboration with Black Shuck.