Creative school and gallery based workshops.

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Ravilious & Co: The Pattern of Friendship

English Artist Designers 1922 – 1942

Workshops in response to the exhibition, looking at shape pattern, collaboration and creative choices through; woodblock printmaking, creative writing, blackout poetry, sketch book work, collaborative drawing games, and fun sensory exercises.

A Certain Kind of Light

Workshop to create a large scale outdoor sculpture in response to the exhibition. Using over 300 plastic bottles taking inspiration from David Batchelor's piece and Cerith Wyn Evans' Chandelier. The piece was created with West Rise junior school and hung in the trees at Elderflower fields Festival as part of the Sculpture Trail.

A Green and Pleasant Land

Working with Recovery and Discovery college. Drawing, Digital photography and animation, painting and printmaking, to create work in response to the exhibition, relating to improved wellbeing.


"The Art of Attachment is an arts based project led by local substance misuse charity, Brighton Oasis Project. It involves an exciting programme of research and creative activity funded by Wellcome Trust and Arts Council England and seeks to explore individual experiences of attachment, an area that is of increasing importance in the fields of substance misuse, mental health and children’s services". Brighton Oasis Project

I ran some workshops for the Towner Gallery - as part of a process looking at relationship building through creative choice, realtionships between image and text, sensory connection and memory.