Drawn to the Page

Join tutor Wendy Ann Greenhalgh for a writing workshop looking at Melanie Manchot’s People Places Propositions. Explore the exhibition through exercises and discussion and enjoy the opportunity to reflect on and develop your responses in a new way. No previous experience necessary.

Art from Elsewhere themed Drawn to the Page. Image: Wendy Ann Greenhalgh.

Art from Elsewhere Drawn to the Page workshop. Image: Wendy Ann Greenhalgh.

People Places Propositions is the first major exhibition of new and recent work by Melanie Manchot and deals with several of the artist’s long-standing areas of enquiry – from identity, time and committment, to our changing perception of nature – through video installations Out of Bounds (2016), Twelve (2015) and 11/18 (2015). You can read participants’ writing from recent workshops on Towner’s Art from Elsewhere and Julian Germain: The Future is Ours, Classroom Portraits 2004-2015  exhibitions amongst others by visiting the Drawn to the Page blog.

Drawn to the Page is a partnership project with New Writing South, De la Warr Pavilion and Jerwood Gallery and is supported by Arts Council England.Wendy Ann Greenhalgh is part of the New Writing South Creative Learning Team and an experienced writing tutor, as well as an arts educator who’s worked in galleries all over the South East.



You can also hear what happens in a Drawn to the Page workshop on this edition of Radio 4’s Open Book programme.









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