Artist Facilitator Rachel McGivern worked with participants from Cambridge African Network, Arbury Primary School and Centre 33 Young Carers to create a mindful activity book called Make Time for Still Life Drawing.
It contains lots of drawing ideas for you to try out at home.
Harold Offeh, Open House Artist in Residence 2017, collaborated with community partners throughout the year culminating in the Open House Gathering and Feast which took place in September 2017.
Offeh invited Anna Brownsted, Artist Facilitator, to help him to discover our local amateur bakers and support them to share their skills of bread recipes and there significance within their own cultural traditions.
Make your own coaster
Artist Facilitator Willow Mitchell worked with families at the Red Hen Project.
The Red Hen families wanted to share their new skills with the wider community and have created their own ‘How to’ notes with Willow which will show you how to make your own woollen coaster.
Foraging Map of North Cambridge
Illustrator Joe Lyward worked with artist Harold Offeh, local forager Jacky Sutton-Adam and local residents to create a basic guide to foraging in North Cambridge.
We hope that this basic guide, available to download here, will inspire you to get out, look and learn about what’s available in your local area.
Members of the Kettle Club, a social group who meet on the first Tuesday of the month, 10.30 – 12 noon at St George’s Church Hall, have been working with Kettle’s Yard artist Rosanna Martin. Together they have been discussing activities which might make you feel relaxed and like your old self. Many Kettle Club members enjoy doing word games and have created some for you to try.
Find as many words as you can from the letters in the box – all words must include the middle letter ‘G’
The hidden 9 letter word was thought of by members of the Kettle Club while discussing activities they like doing that make them feel restored.
The word search contains words that describe activities or things that members of the Kettle Club like doing to help them feel relaxed, calm and restored. Can you find the words listed below? They could be horizontal, vertical or diagonal.