I worked with 3 local Primary schools and the choristers to design and make animal masks for a production of Noye’s Fludde performed in Manchester Cathedral.
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For the Jubilee, I was asked to run a special workshop in the Millgate shopping centre in Bury. The workshop ran all day on a drop in basis in Schorndorf Square. Children (or adults) could design & make their very own royal crowns and tiaras using silver card. There were assorted gems, sequins, fur, ribbon, glitter foam [...]
After performing at Chorlton Arts Festival 2011, Aqueous Humour were invited back to be part of the schools programme for 2012. They run a series of workshops and performances in the Blue Box Theatre at Chorlton High School for pupils at the school and from local primary schools. We worked with kids from Chorlton Church of England Primary…
Bring the kids to Mill Gate for the Diamond Jubilee Bank Holiday. On Tuesday 5th June, I will be running a special kids workshop where they can design & make their very own royal crowns and tiaras! There will be the opportunity to take their photo in our own special throne room. The workshop will be [...]
Over the Spring term I have been running a series mask design sessions as part of the Emotionally Literate project for Aqueous Humour. I worked with Year 7 in Lever Park SEBD School in Bolton, The Willows youth group, 2 classes at Richmond Park KS3 PRU and 2 classes at Crossacres KS3 PRU. The young people [...]
The Men’s Room charity approached me to work with their Blue Room group as they wanted to work with artists to look at a variety of craft skills with an end product that they could take home. I suggested soft toy making as hey, who doesn’t love a teddy?
As part of the exhibition for the 42nd Street AGM & opening of the new building, we wanted to create something that could link the groups. We also wanted something to remind us of some of the previous projects that have happened as part of Planet Art.
I was commissioned by Footlights Theatre School in Manchester to create a backdrop/header cloth to give the feeling of Autumnal leaves at sunset. This was to be used for their Christmas productions of The Selfish Giant & The Railway Children.