Crit sessions can be a useful way of developing your practice, by getting feedback on your work and connecting to and critiquing the work of others. They can also be pretty daunting and uncomfortable experiences.
This session also includes practices for group crits that support neurodivergent means of communication.
Please wear a mask during this session if you are able to.
Nicola Singh is an artist based in Todmorden, West Yorkshire. Her practice spans solo and collaborative performance, film, sound, installation and drawing. Her approach is rooted in performance and she extends ideas of liveness to her visual art, pedagogic and research practices.
Sam Metz is an artist and curator based in the north of England. They studied Architecture and Critical Theory at University of Nottingham and have previously trained in physical theatre. As a neurodivergent artist with sensory processing differences, Sam creates work in non-verbal ways that begin and end in movement and embodied interactions without recourse to traditionally privileged verbal and written forms of communication.
In person access
- There is level access throughout the building.
- The Art House has two disabled parking bays, available by pre-booking.
- Induction loops are available on the reception desk and shop counter.
- For more information about access at The Art House, click here.
Please email Bella Probyn at email@example.com if you have any specific questions about access.
Subtitling and BSL
- A British Sign Language (BSL) Interpreter can be made available at your request, by giving us one month’s notice in advance.
- To book this for 1 or 2 April, contact us by Thursday 10 March.
- To request this, please email the session name and your requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0113 320 2323.
- Address: The Art House, Drury Lane, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, WF1 2TE
- The Art House is located just 60 seconds walk from Wakefield Westgate railway station.
- For more information about visiting The Art House, click here.