Admission Price: Free to attend, booking required
"This talk is a personal reflection of my role as a creative catalyst within the context of community arts looking at how that role changes from that of a leader to a creative steward.
It will show how ordinary people are indeed capable of extraordinary creative feats when empowered through the use of a clearly defined framework.
The talk will then focus on how I have engaged with life as a creative individual beyond and above labels and boxes."
Illugi Eysteinsson is an artist / architect / educator with a Masters degrees in both Architecture and Fine arts.
Illugi has been involved in public art in Iceland, Scandinavia, Turkey and Britain and has extensive experience facilitating art/architectural community workshops, having also worked as public art consultant for townships and property developers.
As a production designer and an art director, he has worked for; 20th Century Fox, Granada TV, Channel 5, Darlow Smithson, BBC, The Globe Theatre, Royal National Theatre. In the last years he has focused on sets for contemporary Dance, collaborators have included Akram Khan which won the South Bank Awards for Ma.
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6.00pm - 7.30pmWednesday 16th November 2011
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