Online | Stick Together: people, protest and collage

Explore how collage can be used to share ideas of protest.

Stick Together: people, protest and collage online with People's History Museum

What will happen in the session?

Explore with an artist how to create your own protest collage

Using PHM’s unique collection, participants will find out how the practice of collage has been used in historic and contemporary protests and campaigns. 

Participants will work with a professional artist to share ideas and test out how to use different materials, imagery, text and composition to effectively get their message across.

Digital resources will be shared upon booking, providing support before and after the workshop to inspire and help participants create their own piece of protest collage – this could be a poster, zine or badge.

Why Collage?

Artists and activists often use collage to create protest art

Collage can be easily produced and made quickly in response to an issue.  It’s an enjoyable and effective way to play with text and image, using materials that you can easily find at little or even no cost.

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Details

  • Cost: £5 per learner / £4.50 per learner for groups in Greater Manchester, free for accompanying staff.  Minimum charge £95
  • Duration: one hour
  • Suitable for: age 7 to adults
  • Capacity: 30 learners
  • Platform: Zoom

Zoom is PHM’s preferred platform to deliver online sessions; if your organisation is unable to use this platform please inform us when booking and we can work with you to arrange an alternative.

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Topics & resources

Links to subjects:
Art, Textiles, History, Politics, Citizenship

This session can support your Artsmark journey:
PHM is a proud Artsmark partner supporting schools to offer enriching arts experiences.

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How to book

The workshop can be booked now for September 2021 onwards.  If your group is interested in testing out the workshop before this date please get in touch.

Find out what’s next when you’ve booked an online session, including information on:

  • Session set up
  • Safeguarding online
  • Access
  • Cancellation policy

For further information or to book a session, please complete the enquiry form below or contact the Learning Team by email: learning@phm.org.uk.

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