Join creative photographer Gillian Allard for this creative workshop for 10-16 year olds at Great Cornard Library, as part of the Blank Page project! Learn how to draw inspiration from books and nature to experiment with still life and portrait photography.
Workshop includes a free lunch, drinks, snacks and festive hot chocolate, plus other goodies!
About the workshop:
We invite you to join Gillian for this special festive one-off photography workshop, where young people will create their own photo giftware to take home. Participants will draw on inspiration from books, nature and Gillian’s expertise to experiment with still life and portrait photography, whilst also learning how to use digital media to layer their work. The workshop will culminate in the production of decorative boxes, coasters and gift bags for the young people to gift to friends and family or to keep for themselves.
This workshop is only for 10-16 year olds. If you feel your child requires additional support in the form of adult attendance in order to access this workshop, contact us by emailing email@example.com.
About Gillian Allard:
Gillian Allard (she/her) is a photographic artist based in Suffolk. She has been a freelance photographer since the 90s and specialises in documentary photography. Gillian has been commissioned for a number of projects including photographing Sir Paul McCartney at his recording studio.
About Blank Page:
The Blank Page project is an exciting new programme providing free high-quality creative activities for young people, run by local artists in libraries during the school holidays. Funded by the Department for Education’s Holiday Activity Fund.