About Workshops

Sarah creates a range of bespoke workshops to suit each client’s  needs. Please do take a look at my blog for further information.

My workshops are fun and accessible for all and can be tailored for children and adults alike. Courses can be tailored to your needs, half, full-day or ongoing sessions available.

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Contemporary Jewellery
A very popular and inspired course, creating jewellery for fashion using an exciting range of household waste materials.  This course is suitable for children and adults alike.

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A Little Book of Nature, very popular with primary schools as an after school club. Children write their own story and illustrate it, finishing with their own very concertina style book.


BBC, Recycled Insects for Breathing Spaces Campaign

Beachborough School, Illustration workshop using natural history as a starting point for children taking art scholarships.

M & S Archives, Family Learning workshops including making flip-flops, jewellery and Emily Button cut-out dolls

Kays Archives, University of Worcester, Cut out doll illustrations based on Kay’s Catalogue Collection

University of Worcester, illustration workshop on character development as part of the Storytelling festival

Hay Festival, Jewellery-making workshop for all ages as part of the Hay Festival Winter Weekend

Worcestershire Children’s Centres, 10 week courses based on the Very Hungry Caterpillar, Story Sacks and Old Macdonald had a Farm for family learning

Museum Resource Learning Centre, Ugly Bugs and Bootiful Butterflies illustrated

Worcester City Art Gallery. A little book of mythical creatures

Creative Partnerships, illustration using everyday waste materials, focusing on collage and colour

The Infirmary Museum, making microbes from everyday waste materials

Oxfordshire County Council, Contemporary jewellery for European Week for Waste Reduction

Birmingham Climate Change Festival, Contemporary Jewellery

Worcestershire County Museum, National Science and Engineering week, Creating Artworks from Recycled Materials using the Museum Collections for inspiration.

Birmingham Children’s Hospital. Drawing with cardboard

National Eco schools conference, Funky flip-flops illustrating carbon footprints.

National Trust, a series of workshops including jewellery, robots, dolls and indian textiles

New Brewery Arts, jewellery-making and super hero’s workshop

Rendcomb College, Contemporary jewellery for Arts Festival

Herefordshire Libraries, Dragon puppets

Gt Malvern Library, Insect making

George Marshall Medical Museum, The Big Draw event

South Bank International School, making moving gingerbread men and women from cardboard waste materials

The Grange, Worcester, Egyptian Art

Christopher Whitehead School, talk and practical workshop on making illustration using everyday waste materials for GCSE Art class

Wyche C of E Primary School, collaborative African banner making workshop