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Open Sauce: An Online Talk Night, Modern Painters, New Decorators

  • East Midlands
  • crafts, combined arts, film, interdisciplinary arts, photography, music, theatre, visual arts, Other, Digital



Open Sauce brings together three 20 minute talks by practicing artists; Mateus Domingos, a Leicester-based artist exploring storytelling; Jagjit Kaur, a digital-collage artist and painter; and Nottingham-based multimedia artist, Bruce Asbestos.

Designed to provide you with practical inspiration to move forward with your own practice, the artists will be sharing an insight into their work and how they used readily available resources to develop their creative process, alongside Q&A sessions.

The talk night is available to all who want to get involved, and will be broadcast on Zoom so you can join from the comfort of your own home.


£2.50 Ticket Fee
Those who attend the talk night will receive a 10% off promotion code to claim on any of the three artist-led workshops.

You can purchase your ticket here:


Open Sauce is an online project by Modern Painters, New Decorators inspiring new skills to create art in any circumstance. The project encourages an energised approach to making, by celebrating the generous nature of digital communities.

Taking place across April and May 2021, the project will be delivered through Modern Painters, New Decorators online platforms and a web-based exhibition as well as ticketed events including: Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Workshop, Create Your Own Digital Collage Workshop, Build Your Own 3D World Workshop and Open Sauce, an online talk night.

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