Festivals

Festivals

Rachel is frequently asked to deliver creative workshops, as a drop-in activity in the art tent at a festival. Here are some of her previous fun, creative ideas.

Crafty Kitchen at the Forest Food Showcase Festival – A ‘drop-in’ workshop for children (and some adults!) in the art tent as part of the Forest Food Showcase at Speech House in the Forest of Dean. During the day, Rachel worked with people of all ages helping them to create their own piece of ‘food art’ in her Crafty Kitchen. Here are a few examples.

Festival Bunting at Cornbury Music Festival – A ‘drop-in’ workshop for children (and some adults!) in the art tent as part of Cornbury Music Festival’s popular programme of activities. Over the weekend, Rachel worked with people of all ages helping them to create their personalised bunting to decorate their tents and campervans. Here are a few examples.

Pop Star Paper Puppets at the Coleford Music Festival – A ‘drop-in’ workshop for children as part of the Coleford Music Festival in the Forest of Dean. During the day, Rachel worked with over 75 children helping them to create their favourite popstar puppet. Here are a few examples.

Sun Catchers at Wychwood Festival – A ‘drop-in’ workshop for children (and some adults!) in the art tent as part of Wychwood Music Festival’s popular programme of activities. Over the weekend, Rachel worked with people of all ages helping them to create their own sun catcher from a range of materials, that were then hung in her special Wychwood tree. Here are a few examples.

Wooden Oddities/Wychwood Festival – A ‘drop-in’ workshop for children (and some adults!) in the art tent as part of Wychwood Music Festival’s popular programme of activities. Over the day, Rachel worked people of all ages helping them to create their own quirky characters using off cuts of plywood, oil pastels, wool, wire and beads. Here are a few examples.

Festival Birds/Wychwood Festival – Rachel ran a ‘drop-in’ workshop for children (and adults!) in the art tent as part of Wychwood Music Festival’s popular programme of activities. Over the day, Rachel worked with 110 people of all ages and some fabulous festival birds were created, using paper, oil pastels, tissue paper and carrier bags.