Structured around immersive indoor and outdoor experiences, fieldwork and public presentations, the School of Disobedience helps participants to push themselves out of their comfort zones, transform their imaginations and open themselves up to new forms, aesthetics and inspirations. During the course, participants will use a range of artistic techniques and tools to create both new work and seeds for the work they are currently creating. They make performances including dance, storytelling and puppet theatre, drawing and writing, video, gifs and photography in immersive, intensive and experimental contexts. They move back and forth between movement, writing and drawing to stimulate different parts of the brain and body. They also receive one-to-one mentoring (including critical feedback on analysis, application of method and clarity of detail) as they develop their own original artwork.