In addition to the Church of the Latter Day Sinners, Stacy also invites you to Saturday Night Live Art Fever!
Stacy believes that creativity is our birth right; it’s not just for the naturally creative. And if we don’t use our creative gifts, it’ll come back and kick our ass! So, if you struggle with perfection and long to belong, boogie-down with Stacy at Saturday Night Live Art Fever!
This is a live art show-and-tell club to help you explore your own creativity. It is a safe space to share and connect with fellow creative spirits. Stacy provides a creative atmosphere that shuns imposter syndrome and welcomes imperfection.
Everyone is welcome, no experience necessary and no requirement to take part – just come along, bring a friend and see what’s happening. Saturday Night Live Art Fever will take place on Zoom. To be part of Saturday Night Live Art Fever you must attend the Church of the Latter Day Sinners the previous week to be provided with creative prompts and the relevant Zoom links.
This series of events is presented as part of Normal? Festival of the Brain.
Saturday Night Live Art Fever has been developed for Future Arts Centres’ Here and Now.Here and Now is a national and local celebration of culture within communities. 40 brand new projects will take place in and around 40 arts centres across the country during 2020-21, led by artists and co-created with local people. The project is supported by Arts Council Englandand Future Arts Centres, marking The National Lottery’s 25th birthday.
Saturday Night Live Art Fever Sinners is produced by Artsadmin and supported by Live Art Development Agency’s Arthole Award.
Normal? Festival of the Brain is co-curated by Living Words, Creative Folkestone & Folkestone Fringe. Living Words is an arts & literature charity organisation working with those with a dementia as well as those from isolated backgrounds. Creative Folkestone, is an arts charity dedicated to transforming Folkestone through collective creative activity. We do these festivals to enrich the cultural calendar of our town, bring people together, and connect Folkestone with the wider world. Each year, the Normal? programme and themes are always produced through think-ins, in which anyone is invited to share ideas of what interests them, and what they would like to see happen together.