Engine ChatChat is a peer on peer critique and discussion. It is supportive, constructive criticism from considered perspectives. The aim is to question, support and encourage. These are open to all disciplines and anyone interested in participating in or listening to discussions on art-works.
Our next Engine ChatChat (Informal Peer Critique) will take place at 2pm Saturday 20th June at the Core Gallery.
It will coincide with the gallery’s Open Studios, Wilderness & JumbleJumble.To register please e-mail a link to your work online & a preliminary question you would like to ask (this can change) to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please use "Engine ChatChat" in the e-mail subject line.
Numbers are limited so please register as soon as possible.
There are different types of Engine ChatChat as outlined below:
Engine ChatChat Informal Peer Critique
Here the group present their work (although others are welcome to contribute). Each artists gives a 5 min presentation discussing and asking a question about their own practice which is followed by an informal group critique. This is meant to be an open, casual event where everyone is encouraged to discuss and share their views on artistic processes.
Engine ChatChat Formal Peer Critique
This is a timed programme when 3-6 artists do a 10/15minute presentation of their work in front of a group. This is followed by a 20minute discussion from the audience, including a mixture of presenting artists & non-presenting artists/contributors.
Dates for our next Formal Peer Critique will be announced soon.