What is a hydro-dip?
How can you create tie-dye in seconds?
These questions and much more will be answered in my one-off experience!
As part of The Eequ Easter Learning Festival in Forest Row, I will be offering an amazing and affordable opportunity for you to make a piece of art in a special 1-hour workshop. This session is designed to get your creative juices flowing and also highlight some fun scientific facts and experiments with pressurised paints. This experience was first created for the Brighton Science Festival and completely sold out!
You will learn:
- Health and safety with a spray can.
- Some tricks and experiments to amaze your friends and family.
- To create a stunning original layered artwork using freehand and stencils, which you get to take home with you.
- If you are bringing a parent- you can teach them not to overthink their artwork!
I sold out during Brighton's Science Festival in Feb 2020, so early booking is recommended as there are only 20 spaces per session available.
1- Bring a white or light coloured T shirt for your tye-dye experiment
2- DO NOT wear your best clothes- the paint doesnt come off (in the unlikely event you do paint yourself!)
3- If parents want to stay to observe, please be aware that space is limited.
PS-Once you book with me I will give you my phone number by message for emergencies.
PPS- the slot is one hour and 15 mins for health & safety training and experiments- So please be prompt! If you miss your health & safety training you will not be able to do the workshop.
This workshop is in Forest Row at Michael Hall School (See photo in this listing.)
Looking forward to meeting you!
I'm an award-winning Street Artist and Inclusive Arts, Practitioner. I love working with young people in order to free their creative potential. I have worked with over 700 young people to date, and pride myself in creating a safe, inspiring and most of all FUN environment for young people to flourish and grow. I was recently awarded a Points of Light recognition from The Prime Minister for my charitable work and my specially designed spraypainting workshops. You now have the opportunity to take part in my classes which I've decided to roll out in the area due to popular demand.
I have a First Class Masters in Inclusive Arts and am specially trained and very experienced working with people who have special needs and disabilities too. I have extensive experience in working with hard to reach and marginalised teenagers, therefore my spraypainting experiences are especially engaging- no matter what issues a young person may have. My public mural commissions and collaborative arts projects can be seen in Brighton, Hastings & Bognor Regis. https://www.pointsoflight.gov.uk/u-can-spray/
I also offer Bronze & Silver Arts Awards including working with young people with special needs and disabilities.
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Public Liability Insurance
First aid training
First aid kit
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My experience consists of a leisure activity, on a specific date(s), and therefore the 14-day ‘cooling off period’ under the Consumer Contracts Regulations 2013 does not apply.
No refunds will be given for individual sessions missed or cancelled during the experience.
Cancel up to 5 days before a block begins and receive a 100% refund.
Cancel up to 48 hours before any session and receive a 50% refund.
I'm a professional Artist and Inclusive Arts Practitioner who has won awards for my innovative Street-Art workshops. I like to have fun with spraypaint and to share that experience to inspire you!