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"Kindred Happenings: A series of lectures and workshops at Winchester School of Art" by Chloe Sutton Stacey

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I couldn't resist the title of this film: "The Art of Dissent"

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As CAS prepares to invite people to participate (and inform what is created) in our pop-up shop I thought it would be interesting to put ourselves in their shoes.

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“What do you do?” is a difficult question to answer at the best of times, especially if you really want your response to reflect the value you bring, and the impact you have when you apply your talents.

Perhaps artists have it hardest of all, because when it comes to their outputs – their creations – they often don’t know the shape of them until they’re finished. An artist doesn’t know exactly where they’re going until they get there. They work with uncertainty and open possibilities every day. That’s why it is important for artists to understand what drives their work.

Through a deeper understanding of yourself you can create a narrative that reflects why you do what you do, and all your work becomes a visible expression of that intention.

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What is this Dissent? Artists explore their responses to the theme in the early days of planning our Dissent Program (aka Creative Questioning)

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On 28 March 2015 artists assembled at Chapel Arts Studios Andover to watch 10 short films created by Maija Liepins as part of her “Who Are The CAS Artists?” Research Project. The project involved interviewing 17 associate artists. Maija devised 8 questions to prompt the artists to reflect and reveal the interests and motivations that inspire their work. Questions included “Why do you make art?”, “What inspires your work?”, and “What is your definition of success?”
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