St Fagan’s workshop

On 25th May, 2015 few illustrators and I participated in a join collaboration workshop with Ceramics course at St Fagan’s Museum. The workshop is intended to create vessel which clay came from the earth beneath St Fagan’s. The event is also to celebrate National Museum day on 27th May. A group of illustrators are there to help with walk and draw. We assisted participants to draw objects in and around the cottages and garden that have historical values. The drawing then is used as a ideas to inspire them in making the vessel.

The workshop gave me experiences in ‘teaching’. I’m interested in studying art therapy for my master so I’ve always wanted to know how it feel to teach or assist people in learning to draw. It was also fun to watch the excitement from participants when they investigated and explored objects for their inspirations.

Participatory arts from Dr. Natasha Mayo on Vimeo.

 

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