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Orleans House Gallery Twickenham, Ham Children's Centre

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I ran creative sessions for early years and pre-school children and their families at Ham Children's Centre.  The theme of the workshops evolved around the River Thames and we created fish kites, water creature mobiles, bubble paintings, frog masks and raced handmade twig rafts.

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Dulwich Picture Gallery 'Art in the Garden -Build a Totem Pole'

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I ran a workshop on building totems out of recycled cardboard boxes.  Each family made their own individual totem character (of any animal they wished to represent) and at the end of the session we joined them all together to create a number of totems that could be mixed and matched. It was a thoroughly enjoyable activity especially being able to create in the gorgeous sunshine of the gallery gardens.

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Barbican Schools Enrichment Arts Festivals

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Starting with Oaklands School in Tower Hamlets, the Barbican's education team have worked with 360 students and staff, delivering a week-long interantional arts festival within the school.  The Oakfest model has also been introduced at the City of London Academy -Islingtin (CoLA -I), engaging 600 students in a journey across the artforms. I assisted the 'Trashorize' workshops with designer Fabiane Lee Perrella, creating accessories from discarded everyday objects.

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Dulwich Picture Gallery 'Wyeth celebration day' and 'Artplay'

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I ran a workshop leading an animal paper mask making session in the marquee for the Wyeth exhibition celebrations in the gardens.  

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BBC Wildlife Artist of the Year Finalist

Posted by Hazel Adams on

My painting of 'Whiskers' the walrus was highly judged and put through to the finals of the BBC Wildlife Artist competition, in the World Mammals section -I'm thrilled that my artwork has been recognised by leading wildlife and art experts and will be trying many more competitions in the future.

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