I have over 10 years experience of delivering art workshops and projects in schools linked to various parts of the National Curriculum. Covering everything from drawing workshops for a single class to developing comprehensive projects which are delivered to entire year groups over a half term duration. My aim is to teach practical skills, encourage problem solving, build self-esteem through independent and team working whilst creating really cool art! I am a trained Arts Award Advisor, children can gain a certificate from Trinity College London through their work with me and I am also affiliated to the Brilliant Makers Club through AccessArt based in Cambridge. My practice as a professional Painter and Curator informs my work in schools helping to give children a unique insight into the life and work of an artist.
Drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, bookmaking, set design, model making, exhibitions and more…
Workshop fees are negotiated and agreed with schools in advance. Please do get in touch for more information, or to discuss your idea or project.
1 day workshop rate – £275 – maximum 30 children per session. 2 sessions each day (9-midday and 1-3pm).
Artist in Residence daily rate (minimum 3 days) – £200 – maximum 30 children per session. 2 sessions each day (9-midday and 1-3pm).
Guest speaker fees for Art Clubs and Societies range between £120 – £160.
INSET workshop day – £275 – Maximum 20 adults per session. 2 sessions each day (9-midday and 1-3pm). A day of creativity to relax, inspire and learn new techniques which can be used in the classroom situation.
Bespoke Art Projects delivered to the following schools: Poplars Primary Lowestoft, Warren School Lowestoft, Albert Pye Primary Beccles, Glebeland Primary Toft Monks, Bungay Primary School, Woodton Primary School, Norwich School, Ellingham Primary School, Tasburgh Primary School.
I have also delivered workshops at the University of East Anglia for their annual ‘Do Something Different Festival’, Stowmarket Museum of East Anglian Rural Life, Norwich Castle and Waveney Valley Sculpture Trail.