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The Benefits

 

What are the benefits for your school, company or museum?

Through a series of fun, challenging and thought-provoking exercises, your group will discover their core values, develop skills in empathy and explore their creative potential through drawing, printmaking and sculpture. Our workshops are all about collaborative learning and leaving you looking at the world in a slightly different way than you did yesterday.

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For Your Sixth-Form or School

An after school club, enrichment activity or stand-alone workshop.

  • Students develop skills in critical thinking that transfer to English, Maths and Politics and more.

  • A safe space for subjects like mental health, sexuality, and the stresses of being a young adult or child to be discussed freely and maturely with one’s peers.

  • Art tuition from an internationally exhibiting artist. The work made can also be submitted as art coursework and is hugely beneficial when applying for art courses in the future.

  • Students develop skills in listening, seeing alternative points of view and collaborating with others that are essential throughout education, future workplaces and their daily lives.

  • Students define their identity as they test and explore their values and beliefs.

For Your Gallery or Museum

Discussion based or practical workshop - or a combination of the two.

  • Allow participants to explore your collection in a new way through philosophical challenges.

  • Engage specific communities through days based on particular themes.

  • Workshops and activities for schools, families or adults.

  • Art tuition from an internationally exhibiting artist.

For Your Company

A training/team-building day combining practical drawing activities and a philosophical discussion. This can be based on a subject relevant to your company’s identity or something you’ve been working on lately.

  • Collaborative learning, promoting bonding within the group.

  • Boost creativity within your team.

  • Develop skills in listening, empathy and appreciating alternative points of view.

  • Art tuition from an internationally exhibiting artist.

  • Be challenged to consider fresh ways of thinking about familiar ideas and unexpected solutions to familiar problems.