THE DIGITAL TOOL LIBRARY & FILM SCHOOL
WOMENS DIY ‘build along’ FILM NIGHT
FRIDAY 22 FEBRUARY
Join LUCA and idle women for a fun night of ‘how to…’
We will be trying out a range of DIY YouTube videos to see which are most affective and which need improvement!
Bring a team or come by yourself to have a go at learning how to brick lay, do wood work and tiling using how to videos.
Food, drink and all materials will be provided.
No experience necessary.
All women and girls welcome (under 16s with an adult please)
Let us know you’re coming - email Helen@idlewomen.org or text 07565 008977
THE LANDROVER PROJECT
Free 1:1 MIG Welding workshops for women
10-12am / 2-4pm
Tuesdays and Saturdays in February
We have a limited number of places for 1:1 workshops with Dina Roncevic.
Sessions are two hours and take place in the mornings or afternoons on Tuesdays and Saturdays.
Places are limited so please get in touch if you’d like to get involved.
Please email to register your interest, please include:
Your email will be followed up with a phone call.
Dina Roncevic is an artist who works as a welder. Dina has been developing the Land Rover project with (idle) women in St Helens since 2017. Many women have taken part in the total De-construction of a Land Rover Defender. The welding workshops are part of the Re-construction programme.
The Land Rover Project is part of Helen - a once in a generation series of art projects and programmes of work created by partners Heart of Glass, idle women, ANU Productions and the women of St Helens.
WOMENS FILM SCHOOL
WOULD YOU LIKE TO MAKE MOVIES?
6-9, 21-23 March 9am-5pm
Limited space for 3 women
Free (travel and meal expenses will be paid)
Open to all women (over 16)
We are making a series of DIY videos inspired by and made with the women of St Helens. The films will be made by women for women, and will cover a range of household DIY tasks from painting and decorating to putting up shelves.
There is an opportunity for three women to join the professional film crew on set.
You'll get practical, hands on experience of working with a crew, 1:1 mentoring from different crew members (director, producer, camera/sound operator) and discover the various career options that are available in the industry. It's also great experience for your CV, teaching you some transferable skills that can be applied to many other jobs beyond film & TV. Film sets are exciting, dynamic places to work, so above all this will be a fun and vibrant project to get involved in.
By taking part you will learn about following roles:
To take part you would need to be able to commit to joining the project 9am – 5pm from 6th – 9th and 19th – 21rd March so you can participate in every aspect of the project.
To get involved, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
The Digital Tool Library & Film School are being developed with and for women by LUCA, producer Charmian Griffin and idle women.
The library will consist of 14 DIY films written, produced by and presented by women that demonstrate how to do a range of practical tasks. The how-to style videos will cover a variety of skills from hanging a shelf and bricklaying, to changing a lightbulb. These films will provide an alternative to the majority male-led DIY tutorials available online.
The DIGITAL TOOL LIBRARY & FILM SCHOOL is part of Helen - a once in a generation series of art projects and programmes of work created by partners Heart of Glass, idle women, ANU Productions and the women of St Helens.
HOW TO WORKSHOPS for women
Saturday 2, 16 & 30 March
11-2pm with lunch provided
Free, all women & girls are welcome (under 16s with an adult)
Saturday 2 March
with Tammy Why Not
Saturday 16 March
How to ‘make a lamp using power tools and wire it yourself’
with Electrical Engineer Diane Mills
Saturday 30 March
How to tile and how to tackle mould
with artist Selina Thompson
HOW TO WORKSHOPS are part of the idle women re-construction programme for Helen - a once in a generation series of art projects and programmes of work created by partners Heart of Glass, idle women, ANU Productions and the women of St Helens.