Be inspired by our current exhibition, Jaqueline Ayer: Drawing on Thailand and visit your own personal memories. Children and their families will draw on places important to them and invent their own innovative drawing tools in this session exploring the freedom of mark-making, with graphic designer and illustrator Amanda Wayne.
Using a photocopied photo brought in from home, we'll be cutting and pasting shapes to form fragments of colour which can be drawn over to mimic the illustrative style of children's book illustrator Jacqueline Ayer.
Be inventive, create expressive marks, and collage from personal memories in this fun messy workshop. Includes entry to all exhibitions open on the day.
Have you booked your place? Please remember to bring along a photo from home for us to photocopy. It can be from a holiday, a family portrait or picture of a place. Anything with a clear and memorable subject to work from.
About Amanda Wayne
Amanda has a background in graphic design and illustration and an interest in drawn marks and collage. She has taught in a range of settings from schools to community spaces and is passionate about provoking imagination and celebrating the surprising process low-tech creativity in conjunction with personal narratives.