Join artists Natalie Zervou-Kerruish, Albert Potrony and Niki McCretton who will give hands-on presentations about their approach to working in early years settings.
Albert, Natalie and Niki will share their experiences and discuss their methods, exploring how artists can encourage and support play in early year’s education. The session will equip you with ideas and possibilities to consider when facilitating your own workshops and projects with under 5’s.
Natalie Zervou-Kerruish is artist and art educator with an interest in practice-based research linking play, sculpture and in between states. Natalie established Starting With Art in 2015, developing workshops for children and adults underpinned by open-ended and process-led practice.
Albert Potrony is an artist working in a variety of media: from sculpture and installation to video and sound. Alongside his practice, Albert has devised and delivered art projects as artist educator within galleries and museums, including Whitechapel Gallery, Tate Modern, Orlean House and Bow Arts Trust
Niki McCretton is an expert in working in early years settings and inspiring the creative energy of all ages. She brings an array of theatre making experience over 25 years (including award-winning National and International tours with Wormhole, Relative, Space 50, Muttnik, Hoof! and Horseplay) and experience of working with nursery aged children and staff with action-learning organisation 5x5x5 = creativity.
This session is free to attend but spaces are limited, to register your interest please click here. If you are registered with Bow Arts as an Artist Educator and would like to attend please email firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is part of Bow Arts’ on-going Bow Skills programme, that offers sessions, talks and discussions around artist development.