These workshops build practical skills in visual arts for a range of professional occupations. Training sessions are hands-on and participants can expect to use a number of different materials, techniques and approaches as part of the process of making and using art. Workshops are built around the particular needs of a group or institution and equip participants with a set of useful ideas and hand skills that enliven personal creativity and add new dimensions to professional practice.
Arts Training for Special Needs Teachers, College
of Education, Goa,India:
A series of one-day art workshops introduced a set of simple arts games and exercises for use in the classroom for teachers working in Special Needs and government schools.
Medical Staff, Afghan Refugee Camps,
A 10 day programme of visual art training helped medical professionals develop non-narrative health and safety information posters, banners and leaflets for use in primary health care provision for Afghan refugee camps in Balochistan.
Art Intervention Training for Teachers, Kenya:
A set of One Day Art Interventjons demonstrated the value of applied artistry in the classroom as an aid in boosting the learning experience for students through interactive art activities that bring a sense of fun and engagement to the educational curriculum.