In February, Megan spent time at FLOW making automated drawing machines. The young people learnt how to assemble motors and use a range of materials to make expeimental drawings. The founder of FLOW Claire Gladstow said ‘We had lots of fun!’ FLOW is based at Old Low Light Heritage Centre on North Shields Fish Quay and is for young adults with additional needs.
Students from Percy Hedley School visited Highgreen in Spring for a morning of creative activity. Megan Randall led a workshop monoprinting onto porcelain using coloured slip. Lucy May Schofield encouraged experimental cyanotype printing using found and foraged materials. We all enjoyed lunch and pizza down at the earth oven.
Thanks to funding from SCREAM to make these activities possible.