BAMM Online Forum 2020 Making it!

BAMM are going online for Forum 2020! 


Tickets are available for the Forum, the AGM and the Private view of the online exhibition Prompted

 

Friday 9 October 2020, 19.15 BST

Online BAMM Exhibition Prompted Opening and Private View This event is FREE but you will need to choose a ticket to attend.

 

Saturday 10 October 2020

Online BAMM AGM and FORUM 2020

BAMM AGM 10.00 BST.

This part of the day is free to members. If you wish ONLY to attend the AGM, please choose the appropriate ticket and you will be issued with a log in access code a few days before the event. Otherwise your Forum entry will also allow you into the AGM.

 

Making it! BAMM Online Forum 11.00-16.00 BST.

A series of four short artist’s films followed by live Q&As focusing on different aspects of Contemporary Mosaic Making and Conservation.

If you can't watch all day on 10th October, admission to this event will give SIX months exclusive access to the films and the recorded Q&As via BAMM’s YouTube channel. They will also be shown again online in sequence every Thursday at 19.00 BST over the four weeks after the Forum.

TICKETS, ACCESS CODES and TIMES OF THE TALKS WILL BE EMAILED PRIOR TO THE EVENT. 

ACCESS WILL REQUIRE INTERNET CONNECTION ONLY.

 

Tickets on sale via Eventbrite

£10 BAMM Members (plus fee £1.57)

£15 SAMA, DOMO and MAANZ Members (plus fee £1.76)

£20 Non Members (plus fee £2.15)

 

Workshops: We will not be hosting workshops this year but artists participating in the event will have details of their own programmes available if you are interested. We are also compiling a list of workshops being run by BAMM Professional and Education members.  The list can be found here.  Please note that this list is likely to be updated up until the Forum.

Confirmed artists participating:

Rachel Sager (US) discusses her Ruins Project with participating Scotland based mosaic artists Rachel Davies and Helen Miles.

More details here

 

Esther Johnson (film maker) and Leigh Bird (campaigner) talking about their effort to save the Alan Boyson Ships in the Sky mosaic in Hull.

More details here

 

Joanna Kessel and Dugald MacInnes, two Edinburgh-based artists, discuss how similar influences have taken them in different artistic directions.

(Joanna Kessel photo credit Shannon Tofts)

More details here

 

Helen Bodycomb and Lillian Sizemore

More details here