Fall 2015 Mixed Discipline Session

The Field-Seattle is excited to offer a 5-week Mixed Discipline Session for generative and interpretive artists from all disciplines to create, develop, and refine their work. How do you know if the Field is right for you?

  • Do you need weekly motivation to create and show work?
  • Are you tired of working in isolation and are looking for peer artists to inspire you
  • Do you often feel that the feedback you get is unhelpful or misses the point of what you are trying to accomplish?
  • Do you resist showing your work until it is “ready” for an audience?

A Field session is not a class. It is a group of artists, facilitated by peer-participants. We do not aim to function as editors, directors, or teachers, but to give one another generous feedback about what we have seen or heard in their work and how it affects us. The Field’s reflective feedback method reveals how a creative work is perceived by others and provides detailed information that helps artists hone their vision. By focusing on what’s happening in the work and how those choices shape the work, Fieldwork respects the autonomy and vision of each artist.

Date and Time: Wednesdays, October 21 and 28, November 4, 12, and 18. 7:00 – 9:30 p.m.

Location: Studio Current (Located in the Pike-Pine Corridor on Capitol Hill. Address and directions provided after registration.)

Cost: $50 for New Participants/$40 for Past Participants and Members of Studio Current

Register: By email at [email protected] or at Brown Paper Tickets

The Field is home to dancers, writers, sculptors, photographers, actors, playwrights, painters, filmmakers, and many other artist who define their work as multidisciplinary or post-disciplinary. It’s great for trying out ideas to develop into larger works or to test more developed work in front of a thoughtful audience. Some artists use The Field to experiment with new disciplines, polish new work before a public showing, or read the thing that they scribbled on a napkin to see if they wish to keep scribbling.

Still not sure? We’re offering a free information session on September 30. Contact us by [email protected] for more information

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