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ONCA Arts @ Macmillan: Photography without The Camera
8 June 2019
10:30 am – 12:30 pm
With the support of Sussex Cancer Fund ONCA have been facilitating art sessions at Brighton’s Macmillan Horizon Centre for people affected by and living with cancer.
For the next ‘art for art’s sake workshop’ at the Horizon Centre ONCA have collaborated with multimedia artist Margot Minnot Thomas. The workshop will explore print making techniques as well as learning how to make your own Cyanotypes. ‘art for art’s sake’ workshops are free and open to anyone affected by cancer, please email to sign up.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Margot Minnot Thomas is a multimedia artist with a background in photography. She creates artworks which explore memory, identity and language through cyanotype printing, embroidery, video and photography. She facilitates workshops for all ages, sharing her skills, encouraging imagination and creative expression.
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