AAS & XpoNorth Critical Feedback Sessions

One of the hardest things a maker has to experience is getting feedback on their work. It is something we want to fuel our creative development, but all to often we are very nervous about receiving it. With a view to making this easier to experience Applied Arts Scotland facilitates a supportive method of giving and receiving valuable and helpful feedback on your and others creative work.

AAS is delighted to be working with XpoNorth to offer a series of Critical Feedback sessions for makers, craftspeople and designers in the Highlands and Islands who seek meaningful and constructive feedback from their peers on finished or work in progress to support their progression, whether creatively, professionally or for business.

AAS has facilitated sessions with emergents, Fife Contemporary, Vanilla Ink, and most recently with a group of craftspeople in Ardfern:

“I’d definitely recommend taking part in a Critical Feedback workshop . Really valuable. No matter how experienced you are in your field I imagine it would still be useful to receive other perspectives on your works in progress.”
Lucy Walsh, Jeweller (pictured above in her studio)

Sessions are based on the Critical Response Process developed by choreographer Liz Lerman.

The first session in the Highlands and Islands took place in Inverness in February and the second session will be in The Old Library in Kirkwall, Orkney on Tuesday 12 March 2019 from 2pm until 5.30pm.  Tickets are available now, so book your place today.


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