We are looking for people to apply to At The End of The Day — a creative workshop led by Patrick Waterhouse and Tim Wan with the support of Mauro Bedoni, that explores, challenges and questions the ideas about what it means to be English today in the Midlands. Participants can be from Derby, England, or anywhere in the world, from any creative backgrounds and interests.
The workshop will explore questions like:
— How do you create an inclusive idea of Englishness?
— What are the stories we tell?
— How does regional identity relate to the nation?
— How does ethnicity and heritage affect attitudes?
— What is English identity today?
This will be a research focused collaborative workshop, with a hands-on process that enables us to produce fully realised outcomes, which includes a publication and an exhibition at the QUAD gallery that will open on the 10th February to 11th March 2018.
Patrick Waterhouse (b. 1981) is an artist whose work spans photography, drawing, slow journalism, graphic design, sculpture and many other disciplines. His practice involves in-depth research, often working in communities. (www.patrickwaterhouse.com)
Tim Wan (b. 1988) is a graphic designer & art director from London, who works within the field of art direction, book design, editorial, identity and printed matter with a focus in typographic design outputs. (www.studiowan.uk)
Mauro Bedoni (b. 1979) is the current Programme Manager of QUAD (Derby). His professional background is in editorial photography and has worked as photo editor for publications such as COLORS magazine (ITA) and TIME magazine (USA).
We are seeking people of all backgrounds, ethnicities and interests, working across the fields of writing, photography, video, illustration, visual communication and art & design to apply as workshop participants.
The selected participants will take part actively in the workshop week at the end of November. They will be working on researching, developing and conceptualising the exhibition and publication, liaising with contributors as well as working on self-assigned proposals.
20th–24th November 2017
Friday 10th November 2017
We are taking submissions from people who would like to apply to the workshop/exhibition as a contributor. You can submit anything from an idea, a story, a photo series, a short film, an essay, a graphic poster etc. This would be suited for people who cannot attend the workshop dates.
All proposals submitted will be reviewed, we will be in touch on the week of the workshop if we feel that your idea would make a suitable contribution to the project. Please note that accepted proposals might be required to make additional updates, developments or revisions to be fully accepted.
Friday 17th November 2017
Please download and complete the workshop application form HERE, and send this alongside your CV and portfolio (if applicable). The number of workshop participants is limited to 20. Please apply by sending your application to
email@example.com with the subject: At the End of The Day_Your Name. All applications will be assessed from the 11th November with notifications sent on Monday 13th November 2017.
Workshop participation is free of charge.
QUAD’s Digital Studio, Market Place, Cathedral Quarter,
Derby, DE1 3AS, UK
QUAD is a gallery, cinema, café bar and workshop that anyone can use. QUAD is a thriving centre for art and film where there is always lots to see and do. (www.derbyquad.co.uk)
With the support of
The University of Derby is of first choice for students who want a caring, aspirational environment where they can equip themselves for the career they choose. (www.derby.ac.uk)