Leigh Driver

Leigh Driver

Art forms: Visual Arts, Film / Video / Photography, New Technology, Web Design, Crafts, Literature, Heritage Interpretation

Summary: At the West Suffolk Arts Centre we provide engaging and accessible opportunities to work in a wide variety of media through workshops,courses and personal tuition suitable for all ages and abilities. We also act as Arts Award Advisers for the Trinity Guildhall Arts Award Scheme and offer GCSE and A-Level support.

Locations: Suffolk, Norfolk, Essex, Cambridgeshire

Experience: Very experienced arts and museums educator.

Qualifications: I trained as an artist at the Hertfordshire College of Art and Design in the early ’80s. Since then I have run numerous Arts-based events and workshops for all ages and abilities in a wide variety of media. I am an accredited Arts Award Adviser for The Trinity Guildhall/Arts Council England Arts Award Scheme and I am currently working with groups of young people from the Education Otherwise organization teaching Visual Literacy and Contemporary Arts Practice. I am also a successful web designer and published author (most notably ‘The English Village’ and ‘The Lost Villages of England’ for New Holland Publishers).

Projects: Trinity Guildhall/Arts Council England Arts Award Scheme – Adviser. Education Otherwise ‘Art Basics’ Course at Lopham – lead educator.
Art in the Park Week at Brandon Country Park – a week-long series of artist-led workshops and exhibitions – curator and occasional workshop leader.
Art and Craft Workshop with Mildenhall CRU – a group of young adults with severe learning difficulties. ‘Cultural Diversity in Brandon’ independent project
with students from Breckland Middle School. ‘Brandon on The Fringe’ Arts Festival (promoter).

Groups worked with: I have many years experience of working with home educated children (largely through the Education Otherwise organisation), people with severe learning difficulties, and people of all ages with little or no experience in the Arts. I am an accredited Arts Award Adviser at Bronze, Silver and Gold levels for the Trinity Guildhall/Arts Council England Arts Award Scheme.

Contact details:
[email protected]
Tel: 07882 891022
West Suffolk Arts Centre,

Brandon Heritage Centre,
George Street, Brandon,
Suffolk, IP27 0BX

www.westsuffolkartscentre.com



Katherine Moore

Katharine Moore

Art forms: Visual Artist

Summary: Painter and mixed media artist. Work on collaborative art projects along side actors musicians and choreographers to help coordinate effective visuals for a performance.

Locations: Suffolk

Experience: Have had exhibitions and worked for different arts organisations on a freelance basis. Have worked for and with Bury St Edmunds Theatre Royal and Art Gallery, Dance East, Theatre Nomad, London school of Musical Theatre, The museum of Childhood (part of V and A). Was Artist in Resident at South Hill Park, Bracknell, Berkshire and Windsor Art Centre.

Qualifications: BA hons in Fine Art

Projects: Have helped co-ordinate the way performances should look and run art workshops.

Groups worked with: Children, Adults and people with learning disabilities.

Contact details:
[email protected]
Tel: 01284 704387
7 York Rd, Bury St Edmunds
Suffolk, IP33 3EE

Teri Lockton

Teri Lockton

Art Forms: Visual Arts, Crafts

Summary: I am a stained glass artist working mainly to commission while offering a variety of workshops for adults and children, using the medium of stained glass in a way accessible to all ages and abilities.

Locations: Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Essex

Experience: Very experienced

Qualifications: Initial Tutor Training, Norfolk County I have been teaching stained glass as an adult education tutor in Stradbroke since 1997 and in Diss since 1999. Although trained as anarchitect, I have been practising as a professional stained glass artist for many years. I have been involved in projects with a variety of schools and arts and crafts groups, as well as running workshops with playgroups, schools and the John Groom Court residents, in conjunction with a project in the grounds of Blickling Hall.

Projects: Scarning Primary School – led workshops to produce panels for the newassembly hall (see image) Dereham Leisure Centre – led four workshops in surrounding villages;results then displayed in time for the opening of the new Leisure Centre, and in conjunction with a competition run by Breckland Council (see image) Stalham “Dragons” summer activity scheme – led workshops for a joint project of a giant dragon which I designed and made up in clear glass, filled in with coloured glass by the children Stalham Arts and Crafts group – ongoing work to produce panels for the community John Grooms Court – led workshops with residents in conjunction with a sitooterie for Blickling Hall Snape Maltings – adults workshops Bergh Apton – adults workshops Gissing Children’s Centre – workshops for playgroups and youth club Quaker Meeting House Norwich – workshop with asylum seekers

Groups Worked with: I have extensive experience of working with pre-school, primary and secondary school children.
I have worked with adults in a variety of settings I worked with adults with physical and mental disabilities at John Grooms Court. I was also leader of a Woodcraft Folk group in Diss for 14 years.

Contact details:
[email protected]
Tel: 01379 740117
Bridge Green House,
Gissing Road, Burston,
Norfolk IP22 5UD
www.lockton-magill.com

Jane Bower

Jane Bower

Art forms: Murals, ceramics, textiles, plays.
Practical primary art: painting, drawing, ceramics, textiles, printing, drama, dance

Summary: Ceramic and mural commissions, chiefly for primary schools. Art/drama/dance/writing, groups/classes. Artist in residence, staff Inset. Highly qualified/experienced primary teacher/advisor.

Locations: Norfolk, Suffolk, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire

Experience: Primary teacher/Arts advisor/artist in residence with over thirty years’ experience. Arts provision in over 500 schools. I am a member of the actors’ union Equity and act professionally, the
author of several arts-based books for teachers and regular writer for educational magazines.

Qualifications: B.Ed Hons Degree 2/1 Art and Design
Teacher’s Certificate (Art – Distinction)
CSSD Advanced Diploma In Drama in Education (Distinction)
RSA Diploma in Theatre Arts (Distinction)

Projects: Mural and ceramic commission, Elsworth Primary School, Cambs. This was to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the school. I worked with every child in the school, discussing design and symbolism and involving each in the making process.
Dance festival, Teversham School, Cambs. This was an annual booking for eleven years. I worked with the whole school for four days, culminating in a performance on a given theme such as famous paintings, countries, colours or famous books for children.
I was commissioned to write ‘Peter Pan in a Day’ by Debden School, Essex. Costumes, scenery, music and choreography were produced in one day with 66 infants and performed to parents. Sutton School, Cambs also invited me to repeat the day with their pupils.

Groups worked with: I have worked periodically with various community groups, but my forte is working with children aged 4-11 and their helpers/teachers.

Contact details:
[email protected]
Phone number: 01223 502628
Postal address: 9 Mark’s way, Girton, Cambridge