Scribble & Smudge is 8 years old!
2015 was a wonderful year for new ventures. I would like to thank everyone who has supported my workshops. They are not always conventional and can be just darn right strange, but you always seem to ride on the crest of creativity with your little ones! Thankyou.
In 2015 we made new Scribble & Smudge friends outside of the borough and have successfully built a new team whom you may have met already, Akiko and Vanessa. I have invited my team, including trustees to contribute to this blog. We will share nuggets of thoughts and experiences about family life, creativity and the arts. Coming soon!
KEEP THE DATE!
We will be screening Sport'ability' at The Vestry House Museum. Saturday March 19th. Courtesy of Stow Film Lounge. Invitations (by email) will be sent out to those who took part in this film. Then spaces will be offered to the public. here podcasts of interviews, includes a baltic cricketer, a retired pe teacher, a keen sailor form her child hood and Sab, once the only asian footballer in his league!
Without much ado I would like to thank every organisation/persons we have worked with over the year. Also to those who have given your wisdom and kindness so freely. Look forward to working with you again.
Here are a few photos from the year past.
|Kev helping the kids animate their lego models at |
The Kids Film Lounge
|One of a few animations made at The Kids film lounge. |
This is E17 Lego movie.
|A tube game made for The Walthamstow Garden party 2015.|
|Trophies made by students at Whitefield's school and centre. Celebrating their sporting ability for Sport'ability'|
|mad fish! at a summer playscheme in Chingford|
|A rooster hat for a Canterbury tales told at The William Morris Gallery. Creative kids.|
|Research project at The Victoria and Albert museum for the schools education programme reception to year two. Started this autumn! Making a frieze from the Trajan's column.|
|Making garden grow at Ally Pally's summer festival.|
Making beautiful crane bags for International day at Church hill nursery. Japan was our country of choice, the children made turtle or crane bags to carry home. Traditionally filled with sweets in Japan November 15th called Shichi-go-san