Through the medium of sculpture, inspired by artist and Holocaust survivor Maurice Blik, we will explore the role of individuals in society, and the impact a single person can have on history.
Art has been used for centuries as a form of therapy and understanding one’s own experiences. In this workshop, we will use art in a therapeutic sense, whilst simultaneously exploring the concept of the bystander in the Holocaust.
Your contribution will become part of a final sculpture that will be displayed in the University, as a result of Holocaust Memorial Week. Everyone is welcome to come along to create an intuitive representation of you. No experience is required, and clay and materials will be provided on the day.