The Wider Community
I provide creativity projects for schools, hospitals, charities and individuals. These are often supported by corporate social responsibility funding.
For enquires contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Providing creativity coaching for adults and young people in person or with Skype or FaceTime.
Following my work with the Royal Academy of Arts Outreach Programme, I offer creativity workshops for primary and secondary teachers and students in secondary schools. These can also be tailored to develop school branding, teamwork and vision. Workshops have also been organised for the Prince’s Trust.
Creativity workshops and consultancy to promote communication, cross function learning,
solve problems and increase resilience
Inspirational art workshops have been organised to meet the needs of a range of charitable organisations including:
Helping homeless and disadvantaged people
Contact the Elderly ( charity)
Dedicated to tackling loneliness and isolation
Working and providing for the homeless.
Men in Sheds
Reducing loneliness and isolation in men through creative projects
Leonard Cheshire Disability
Helping disabled people to live, learn and work as independently as they wish
WORKSHOPS IN THE UNITED STATES
Jill Mosovich is my art agent in South Florida and is a Master teacher and advocate of early learning. We provide learning experiences for audiences using art as an inspirational tool.
Jill participated in creating a new curriculum structure at an elementary school based on the idea that a child’s admission should depend on developmental maturity, rather than chronological age. ( Gesell )She also worked with Yale graduate school of architecture to rethink classroom design.
Strengthening communication, empathy, self awareness and organisation
Working on improving cross function to solve problems and increase performance
Providing inspirational and developmental workshops for those less fortunate and underserved
Healing through Art
Strengthening creative spirit and togetherness in those who have suffered.
We like to donate Peter’s art where appropriate to help raise funds for charitable organisations such as Parkland Cares, providing psychological care.