13th October, 2:30pm at Dundee Contemporary Arts
Making time to immerse ourselves in creative media allows us a moment of pause, care and grounding – whether that’s dancing to a favourite song, the escapism of a video game or slowly wandering around a gallery.
But how does ‘care’ feature in creative practice – the act of making work? And how can centring ‘care’ in creativity encourage new ways of thinking, making and living?
Join us in hearing from three local creative practitioners – community musician and composer Claire Gorman; artist Saoirse Amira Anis; and artist, designer and musician Tommy Perman – about how care presents itself in what they produce, the way they work, and why they create.
This event is produced by Creative Dundee as part of Festival of the Future, the University of Dundee’s flagship festival programme that celebrates and enhances collaboration between science, arts and culture. This year’s festival explores the theme of ‘care’, with 50 events taking place from Wed 11 until Sun 15 October around Dundee.
DCA Meeting Room, Level 1, 152 Nethergate, DD1 4DY
Tickets are free and booking is required.
If you’re unable to join us on the day, we’d be grateful if you could return your ticket so that someone else can attend.
We’ll hear from three creative practitioners sharing short presentations about their work, with an opportunity to hear more and ask questions in a Q&A. This will be followed by the screening of a short film produced by Creative Dundee, then people are welcome to stay, chat, and share their own reflections on care and creativity.
Visit the Festival of the Future website to see the whole programme, learn more about the events, and sign-up to their mailing list to receive updates and announcements.
Wed 11 – Sun 15 October 2023
This year’s festival takes place at venues across Dundee. See individual festival listings for details.
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