Community arts, health & well-being and education seem to be where I gravitate in my creative work. Over the last 20 years I’ve often been engaged by councils, usually via their Community Arts or Community Development teams, to facilitate workshops, youth or community arts projects, or provide illustration such as promotional art, logo design & […]
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TERM 4 begins OCT 21 | 27 Albert Rd, Moonah WEDNESDAYS | 4 – 6pm | Ages 9 – 14 | $200 Can you help spread the word? Download & print this poster for your local shop or school! CRITTERS – real or imagined, they offer endless opportunities to explore creative drawing skills. In Term
DRAW YOUR WILDEST IMAGININGS! @ MOONAH ARTS CENTRE, 27 Albert St, Moonah It’s back! I’m very pleased to be able to offer another after-school Creative Cartooning Course in Term 2, this time at the fantastic new Moonah Arts Centre! Last year’s Courses were very well-received, with the students really extending their skills & developing their
Apr 19 – Kids Like Us (Sandringham) On Sunday April 19 I’ll have the pleasure of continuing some drawing exploration with a small but highly-creative & enthusiastic group of young people from Kids Like Us. This will be our third gathering, and I’m really looking forward to seeing where the journey takes us this time.
Four years ago, the Friends School (Secondary Campus) in Hobart approached me about running my Creative Communication cartoon workshops with their Year 7s, as part of their Connections program. Over three days I worked with all the Year 7 home groups, a different group each day, and about 50 students in each group. What was
In 2001, Wesley College approached me to design a cartooning workshop program addressing bullying, for inclusion in a Yr 7 Resilience Program the college was piloting, and which incorporated many other materials such as drama, video, discussion, writing etc. When Wesley approached me with the commission I had just completed my year-long residency at Pembroke
Another really rewarding 2-day visit to Rowville Secondary, one of my favourite schools to visit (yes, I know, I’m not supposed to have favourites!). This is the fourth year running that I’ve been invited to run the Creative Communication workshops there, thanks to the wonderful leader of the Arts Faculty, Robyn Geake. Each year that