Transformative Futures Online: Fevered Sleep - Camden Art Centre

How do we use our passions, concerns and things that matter to create an art project? What tools, platforms and creative processes can we use to make our voices heard?

Fevered Sleep work in many different art forms – from theatre and dance, film and digital projects, books and publications to installations and public art. Inventing new spaces that bring people together with a mission to make the world a more caring, curious and compassionate place, one unlikely art project at a time.

Join co-artistic directors Sam Butler and David Harradine for a workshop to learn about approaches to running art projects that respond to the complex and challenging world we live in.

This event provides an opportunity to learn how Fevered Sleep’s work is made as well as offering time to speak about your present and your future.

About Transformative Futures The Artists

About Transformative Futures

A series of free onsite and online artist-led workshops for people aged 15-25, Transformative Futures offers an opportunity to learn new skills and approaches to art-making and thinking that will support young people facing challenges in a post-COVID environment. The platform provides a safe space to question, develop and engage with new ways of working to mobilise creative futures.

Learn more about our onsite workshops.

The Artists

Fevered Sleep was established in 1996 by artistic directors Sam Butler and David Harradine. They see their creative process as a kind of research: a way to investigate and reimagine the complex and challenging world in which we live. They’ve worked with performers, designers, artists, scientists, doctors, teachers, vets, philosophers, social workers, all sorts of other adults and many, many children. They invent new kinds of spaces which invite people to come together and share their experiences of things that matter.

Their projects have appeared in London, across the UK and internationally. Sometimes they work in theatres and galleries such as The Young Vic, Sadler’s Wells, Tate Britain, The Whitworth and Sydney Opera House. Sometimes they turn up in other places where people work, learn and live, most recently at Clifton Green Primary School in York, St George’s Shopping Centre in Preston and Sneinton Market in Nottingham.

They strive to make the world a more caring, curious, compassionate place, one unlikely art project at a time.