Worcester based artist Yasmin Agilah Hood is exhibiting work at WAW throughout March. The exhibition, ‘The Heavy Flow’ is a body of work created from a need to meditate and find stillness, allowing the process to be more important than the outcome.
Every Wednesday during the exhibition Yasmin will be in the Cafe/Bar from 10am-1pm for a drop-in Process Workshop, allowing visitors to the exhibition to find out more about her practice and discuss their own creative processes.
Yasmin said; “Reaching out to others is fundamental to healing. It’s also incredibly hard to do so.
Instead of a Private View for my exhibition I have decided to invite you to sit with me to talk, make together, talk about what holds us back, propels us forward and pushes us to create in the first place. Let’s have real talk, not small talk. Bring your unfinished work and lets us see what personal gold we can dig up from the outtakes.”
These informal drop-in sessions on 11th, 18th, 25th March and 1st April are open to all.
Everyone is welcome to come along and see Yasmin at work, talk to her about her processes or bring some of your own drawings to work on, alongside others.
Author: Eleanor Miles