workshop jack lewdjaw


jack lewdjaw


18:00 – 21:00

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Alternative career's day

This workshop exists less to suggest routes into careers and more to get the participants to think about their relationship to money and the job world. It is in part inspired by the book Teaching for people who prefer not to teach. (R Schweiker & M Bayerdoerfer).Teaching for people who prefer not to teach” (Ensino para pessoas que preferem não ensinar), de R Schweiker & M Bayerdoerfer.

Participants will be introduced to alternative practices and ways of thinking about money, take part in fun tasks that spark discussion, to work as a group, to think about their own relationship to money and getting paid, and to ponder future steps forward. 

Materials requested for participants: Paper, pen and scissors.


Limit of up to 20 participants

Note: This workshop will be held in English.


Jack Lewdjaw (b.1990 Loughborough) is an artist and educator who lives and works in Bristol. He is Co-Director of the gallery East Bristol Contemporary, and teaches regularly with both Bristol School of Art and the EBC Night School. He is currently a participant of Syllabus V: a peer led alternative learning programme run in partnership with, Wysing Arts Centre Cambridge, Eastside Projects Birmingham, Spike Island Bristol, The Newbridge Project Newcastle, Invia London, and S1 Sheffield.

Jack Lewdjaw has exhibited internationally, and recent exhibitions include: MAD as MAP, News of the World, Deptford (2019) open/closed, SERF, Leeds (2018); it’s ok, Spike Island Testspace, Bristol (2017); East Midlands Today, Two Queens, Leicester (2017); eeeeeeeee, CBS Gallery, Liverpool (2017); EBC Bomb Factory Takeover, The Bomb Factory, London (2016); Future Late, Tate Modern, London (2016); Platform, Modern Art Oxford (2013).