WORKSHOPS

This permanent piece at Queens Building, Clifton Campus, University of Bristol was made in February 2012 by myself and EngD students who had taken my spray painting workshop as part of their Public Engagement module.

This permanent piece at Queens Building, Clifton Campus, University of Bristol was made in February 2012 by myself and EngD students who had taken my spray painting workshop as part of their Public Engagement module.

I have a range of workshops that I facilitate, which incorporate elements of public self expression with team work.

 

My workshop style was developed during projects with young people in Plymouth 2006 -2007. I facilitated workshops at Woodfield Primary School and assisted in gathering data for the Sonic Postcards exhibition at the Royal William Yard in Plymouth 17th – 18th June 2006.

 

I was lead artist in the Sweet Dreams project, where I facilitated brainstorming sessions and workshops with 12 – 15 year old pupils of Lipson Community College, which lead to the creation of a giant interactive installation at the Sonic Arts Expo, 24th June 2007.

 

I did various workshop activities throughout my time in Plymouth, most notably teaching painting and art history sessions for YPAC in association with Plymouth Arts Centre during summer 2010. I also regularly did public demonstrations of painted work in Cobbles Market at Plymouth Barbican until my departure from Plymouth in late 2010.

During my time in Bristol I taught myself how to paint using spray cans, developing a workshop that could teach others to pick up and master their own style in this medium.

 

I have recently worked with The University of Bristol (2012- present), Wear the Wall (2013), and various festivals such as Boomtown and Shambala 2012 and Cloud Cuckoo Land 2013.

 

Since February 2012 I have done various workshop based street art projects with the University of Bristol Systems Centre, to develop Engineering students’ public engagement skills.

 

I have an up to date CRB and full public liability insurance.