Join illustrator Lily Hammond for this creative workshop for 10-16 year olds at Chantry Library, as part of the Blank Page project! Write down positive affirmations to translate on to a tote bag.
Workshop includes a free lunch, drinks, snacks and festive hot chocolate, plus other goodies!
About this workshop:
Join us for this one-off workshop with renowned artist and printmaker Lily from UWU Studios. As the new year fast approaches, it’s time to think positive thoughts and what we’d like for the brand-new year ahead! We will make stylish statements, designing and planning our positive affirmations to translate on a tote bag for you to take home and spread positive messaging every time you wear your bag.
About Lily Hammond:
Lily is an illustrator working from her studio in rural Suffolk, having graduated with a first-class honours in illustration. Her practice spans the creative sector from working on a commission for Black History Month for the BBC to working in an East London studio.
Lily has a real passion for colour and pattern that feeds into her love of interior decor. In addition to her decorative work lily creates bright portraits, often having inspirational women from minority ethnic backgrounds as her subject focus.
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.