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Scribble and smudge Highlights this month include:
Creative Kids, November 9th, at The William Morris Gallery. A Free workshop for under 5's. "all that Glitters" a workshop about May Morris jewellery. Suitable for about 2 years and up. Booking is essential. Two sessions available 10 til 12.30 am then 1 til 2.30 pm.
We will be at Church hill nursery celebrating their International day. Please look at the plasticine pictures made at The Mill in the half term. They worked really hard at mixing colours and they made some really fantastic landscapes. Thankyou to the Mill and the volunteers, Jodi and Jane for helping me on the day.
The Red Turtle craft at The Kids film lounge, November 4th at CentrE17. Free workshop for those with a ticket on entry. The Red Turtle is a beautiful Studio Ghibli film, cert PG.Here are a few photos taken today at The Kids Film lounge in Centre17. Screening of the wonderful Red Turtle, by the Studio Ghibli. Fellow Scribble Akiko had fun with you all. Enjoy the photos.
Next month, December we are visiting The WWF headquarters to see how the Origami cranes you made are getting on. Crafting xmas cheer at The William Morris gallery for Creative kids.
Working in Early years education for the William Morris Gallery can be at times challenging. It certainly is a lot of fun Interpreting the adult world to digestible constructs through craft ( not to mention that it should be beautiful), games, song and food. Here are a few of things we have made over the last few sessions. The Walthamstow Toy library has been invaluable in helping with play toys. Those little crafters are just amazing. Enjoy!
William Morris garden displays their flowers.
William De Morgan Persian influenced colours paper mached into a plate.
Sinbad the Sailor's sail
A seafaring session of the 5th voyage of Sinbad and the flying Roc. William de Morgan Triptych tile of the galleon ship as inspiration
This weave was made a few session back, with artist Carolyn Abbott.
Spinning art on the decks