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Invitation to join online discussion sharing your experience of work

Discussion in 'Chill Out Forum:' started by mauricecarlin, Apr 24, 2014.

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  1. mauricecarlin

    mauricecarlin New Member

    Hi everyone,

    I am a UK based artist working with the Drawing Center Gallery in New York. As part of my project, I’m initiating a monthly online discussion group, the aim of which is to share experiences of 'work' including paid, voluntary or creative activities.

    Using Google Hangouts to remotely connect our physical places of work, the aim is to bring together a broad range of working practices - this is open to anyone who can set up a webcam from their place of work. I’m particularly interested in hearing from those who work in all aspects of design. Other types of work could include studio based practices (music, photography, dance, martial arts/yoga, fashion or other design) or those whose work is based online.

    You can join the discussion for just one or a number of the monthly sessions which will continue over the course of 1 year. I’m interested in exploring how our experiences of work are shaped by such things as the physical place we work from, the country/city/village we live in and the communities/networks we are part of. Each session will last between 1 to 2 hours with between 5 to 10 participants. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch for further information on how to get involved.

    Please get in contact at

    Looking forward to hear from you.

    Maurice Carlin
  2. Levi

    Levi Moderator Staff Member

    First off - welcome to the forum

    um.... what do I get from this, this seems like nothing more than an alternative way of asking for help on a final dissertation at college or university

    oh and as a side note, I doubt you'll get much help from us unless you join in more, we don't mind helping people but it helps if the other person is prepared to join in etc
  3. Tony Hardy

    Tony Hardy Guest

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