Communal Creativity: An Unexpected Sculpture

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What’s it all about?

You may never have created a sculpture, let alone with 20 other people. Have you ever wondered what it would be like to do just that? This class will give you the opportunity to make an unorthodox sculpture using just fabrics and the creative ideas of a group of people. It will gift you the joy of creating without thinking about results.

What will we cover?

The aim is to work as a group, employing a brainstorming technique where every idea counts. We will create a sculpture with just our hands, fabrics and thoughts. It is about listening to each other and appreciating each others’ point of view.
“People are by nature creative and that creativity, like DNA, is unique to each individual” – the Creativity Workshop

Who will be teaching?

423080_10151154193143295_1509251201_nRamon Martinez Mendoza, visual artist and writer, was born in Venezuela in 1977. He moved to Australia in 2009 and has since been working with communities of different backgrounds, producing collaborative, public works of art. His practice is based on a methodology that brings about cultural interchange with non-predefined outcomes. His artwork has been exhibited in the USA, Venezuela and Australia. Martinez has a Masters in Art in Public Spaces at RMIT as well as a Bachelor in Chemical Engineer from Venezuela. He is currently undertaking a Master by Research in Melbourne University in the Department of Cultural Partnership.