In the 1960s, artist/teacher Sister Corita Kent created her ten rules as advice to her Immaculate Heart College students. The words were hung in her classroom. In the decades since, these rules have become a mantra for all creatives to follow – displayed in art classrooms and studios across the globe.
The Artpocket community has selected Rule 4 as appropriate to the ethos of their studios; a freedom to ‘play’, the joy of happy accidents and the value of the creative process.
Artpocket is an independent art school in Norwich, that delivers innovative creative education. From beginners to creative professionals, children to adults; Artpocket aims to support all at any stage of their creative career. In this exhibition, we showcase the breadth and diversity of creative outcomes from our collective of students, tutors and staff. Work includes drawing, printmaking, sculpture, textiles, samples, sketch ups, maquettes, work in progress and resolved outcomes.
Thursday 28th March: 6-8pm – Private view (all welcome)
Exhibition Opening times: Friday 29th- Monday 1st April 11-4pm
Saturday 30th March, 4-5pm: Artist talk: ‘Is everything an experiment?’
Join a panel of members from the Artpocket community for an informal discussion and dialogue on their experiences of making and creating within the framework of art education. Members will share perspectives, experiences, and personal manifestos for making and creating, and discuss the highs and lows of navigating their creative journey.