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Nursery schools, Early years, Key stage one and two, gallery art clubs, gallery education, museums, care homes, hospitals, drop in sessions for events and festivals.

 

tickylowe@makingsensecic.org.uk to book me for a workshop

  • Creative workshops for people with dementia and their partners or carers

 

 

 

Ticky has a hands on approach to workshops creating an accessible and inclusive environment.
Workshop sessions are researched and planned thoroughly.
Ticky is an experienced workshop facilitator and regularly runs tailor made sessions for a wide range of people and places.

tickylowe@makingsensecic.org.uk

Felt Making Workshops

 

 

Felt Making is an accessible, sensory and very satisfying creative activity – no skills or experience are necessary to produce a delightful textile.

Ticky runs felt making workshops for schools – incorporating curriculum linked themes

For groups – making individual and group pieces

And new for 2017  – Team building workshops for businesses  – incorporating mindfulness and team building and ending up with a unique felt artwork made through teamwork!

Contact Ticky on

tickylowe@makingsensecic.org.uk for full details

 

 

 

 

 “Immersive Spaces”

Immersive MultiSensory workshops for children and adults with profound and multiple learning disabilities and Autism – Sensory –  Stimulating – Relaxing and Fun taster sessions available now for schools and day centres – just get in touch!

“Very high energy and great fun, lots of encouragement to participate leaving us with happy feelings!”

“Good sensory session, good to see people individually using different tubes and instruments. Everyone enjoyed themselves, nice to have something different.”

Watch the film below to see what its all about!

 

 

tickylowe@makingsensecic.org.uk to book me for a workshop  – available for schools and day centres –

More Immersive Spaces workshops coming soon – contact me to be added to our mailing list.

Recycled Art Workshops

We can’t ignore it any more – plastic waste is an enormous problem and is damaging our natural environment.

What better way to get your pupils and their families to think about plastic reuse and recycling than to get them to collect it and then to create an artwork.

Giant Shark made from plastic bags, newspaper cardboard and parcel tape

 

Fish windsock made from an Aldi Bag and a bit of a plastic bottle

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