Alongside her practice, Claire Weetman works with people to create art and explore creativity and expression. Her approach is one of providing the space for people to experiment, take risks and learn about their own creativity. Claire’s approach has been developed over nearly 20 years of artistic, educational and participatory practice and she has worked with galleries, schools, colleges, universities, local authorities, libraries, housing associations, community organisations and NHS health trusts.
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Arts Education: Working in formal education settings, including EYFS, KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4, further and higher education providing real-life examples of artistic practice to support the curriculum. Example project: Knutsford Academy, KS4 Meet the artist session, covering examples of artistic practice, practical drawing and animation experimentation, mini exhibition production.
Collage as part of Time for Me programme
Producer: Family Art Club, Heart of Glass, contemporary art activities in St Mary’s Market