Submit to Love Studios artist Billy Mann invites you to a workshop creating some seriously thrifty prints.
Inspired by his own artistic practice, Mann will show you how to create a monoprint using a range of accessible, low-cost materials including crayons, foil and baking paper.
With the technique, you'll be encouraged to create a self-portrait or delve into Sharif Persaud's exhibition and Autograph's photography archive for inspiration.
You'll keep your print at the end of the workshop, and leave with the knowledge to continue creating your own bargain monoprints at home.
Due to concerns over the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Autograph is temporarily closing until further notice.
Our exhibitions and events are postponed, but we look forward to welcoming you back later in the year.
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Based in Hackney, Submit to Love Studios is home to a collective of self-taught artists. These artists have developed a set of unique practices and interests, refined over more than a decade.
All of the artists have survived brain injuries - some use this to inform their work, whilst others take inspiration from the world around them.
The studio is based at Headway East London, a charity supporting survivors of brain injury.
Everyone is welcome at Autograph. This event will be seated. When you book a ticket, you can let us know if you have any access needs.
You can expect a friendly and inclusive experience during your visit. Our building is accessible, with step-free access to all spaces. Accessible toilets are on all floors.
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Part of the EXPLORERS project, delivered by Project Art Works, a three-year programme of art and conversation working with 12 national art organisations. The EXPLORERS programme is informed and led by neurodiverse communities, placing them at the heart of social, civic and cultural activity. Based in Hastings, Project Art Works is the UK’s leading artist led organisation working with children, young people and adults who have complex support needs.
Banner Image: Courtesy Submit To Love Studios / Headway East London, 201
Page images, from top left: 1-2) Courtesy Submit To Love Studios / Headway East London, 2019. 3) Sharif Persaud, Self Portrait [detail], 2015. Courtesy of Project Art Works. 5) Entrance to Rivington Place, home of Autograph. Photograph by Zoë Maxwell.
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