Good things to do at home…

Qube have teamed up with Taking Part and Shropshire Council to create imaginative, fun and creative activities for people who would normally attend Day Care Services to do at home during lockdown and beyond. The resources below have been made especially for the ‘Good things to do at home’ project by creative practitioners from across the country. Take a look at the videos and resource sheets below.

We want to see your work! Send us a picture of your work to art@qube-oca.org.uk or the ‘Good things…’ Facebook page and we’ll create an online exhibition showcasing all your wonderful work.

 

Picasso Portraits!

Join artist, Alana Bullock as she shows us how to make your very own Picasso inspired portrait.

Click here to download a Picasso Portrait Worksheet

Click here to download a template

www.alanabullock.com  |  Instagram @artbyabullock  |  Facebook @artbyabullock  |  Twitter @artbyabullock

Walk with me

Join Emily Wilkinson as she shows us a variety of different activities to try, all inspired by walking outside or at home. Take a look at her introduction video followed by the four different activities below…

Click here to download a resource pack

Here you can find the Woodland Audio Journey for the Listen activity….

 

www.emilywilkinson.net | Instagram @emilywilkinson | facebook @emilywilkinsononline.

Animal Zentangle!

Join artist, Alana Bullock as she shows us how to make your very own Zentangle picture. Download an instruction sheet and templates here and check out the pattern ideas below for inspiration:

Click here for an instruction sheet

Click here for a Lion template

Click here for a patterns practice sheet

 

www.alanabullock.com  |  Instagram @artbyabullock  |  Facebook @artbyabullock  |  Twitter @artbyabullock

How to Regrow your own Vegetables

Join Sara Jolly as she shows us how to regrow left over vegetables at home. Take a look at her video and download the resource pack below:

Click here for the resource pack

Make a Christmas Wreath

Join Visual Artist Jamila Walker as she shows us how to create your very own festive wreath at home using recycled fabrics. Take a look at her video.

 

Accessibility