Everyone a Maker

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In a nutshell Transform your old newspapers and magazines into fanciful papier mache bowls. Go on... Let your imagination run wild and create fantastic sculptural bowls; explore upcycling and repurposing everyday waste materials such as newspaper and junk mail. You will discover a variety of straightforward techniques that you will be able to do at home, without the need for specialised tools and materials.. What to Expect There will be two sessions over the day. During the course of the day, you will build with cardboard, paper and tape… experiment with various ways of manipulating and joining ‘waste’ material: rolling, weaving, papier mache… explore, have fun together as a family experimenting and creating Who's Involved Diana Jones works in the field of celebratory arts running engaging creative workshops with people of all ages from art sessions with parents and under 5s in Children’s Centres to making giant Ravana effigies for the London Hindu Community. She has created lantern installations with schools for the National Theatre and many carnivals and lantern processions with Emergency Exit Arts. WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ‘I learned that mess is not mess it is art!’ Zarin, 9 ‘That family learning can be extremely fun for all the family’ Sulekha, mother ‘I’d like to make paper pets together’ Victoria, 7 ‘More arts and crafts’ Mum of Starr Rocco, 5 FIND OUT MORE www.dianajones.org We are pleased to be taking part in Engage's Children's Art Week THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW For ages 6+ and their caregivers and