Liverpool Biennial, The Bluecoat
and Toxteth TV
are recruiting volunteers for a FREE training course and participatory project to be launched during the Liverpool Biennial 2012 at The Bluecoat Gallery.
Do you want to be a Toxteth TV Community Reporter, collaborating on the making of Dora Garcia’s new project OUTSIDE!?
This is a perfect opportunity to gain reporting and interview skills, engage with diverse groups of audiences and contemporary art, and most importantly to get a voice whilst enabling other people to speak their minds!
The Toxteth Community Reporters want to tell the stories that you wouldn’t normally find anywhere else, that reflect the diverse interests, concerns and experiences of the
reporters’ communities. Armed with Flip cameras and reporting skills, Toxteth TV reporters give individual insights on all their reports and enable the Merseyside community to tell their stories.
Training course period: 30 and 31 August, 3 and 4 September 2012. Courses are held at Toxteth TV.
Filming Dora Garcia's project OUTSIDE!: 13-21 September 2012.
In order to be part of this project, you will need to commit to reporting over a number of days during this filming period.
Please contact Katie Henry in our Visitor Services Team for registration, enquiries and additional information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo: Die Klau Mich show (The Steal Me Show)
, 2012, dOCUMENTA (13)
Photographs taken on the Klau Mich show set by Maxime Baudouin, Dora García, Andrea Marioni, Dirk Radunz, Monica Restrepo, Norbert Risch.