Some of the work of the intergenerational “Move” workshop organised by the wow mums and funded by Big Local SW11 has been published on the Guardian.
I have attended the Battersea Odyssey show last weekend and took some pictures. We really enjoyed ourselves discovering some of the amazing stories and learn about the history of Battersea. This show funded by Big Local SW11 was very interesting, innovative and a breath of fresh air. If you haven’t seen it, their next show “The air around us ” will be in Theatre 503 on the 21st and 22nd of June 2015.
More info on their website : http://lightboxtheatre.co.uk/
Last saturday we enjoyed an intergenerational painting workshop with the haven lodge residents, the mothers and the kids. This project was called “Brush Moves” and run by art psychotherapist Francesca La Nave.
This project was kindly funded by big local sw11 and organised by the women of Wandsworth.
3 generations were listening various pieces of music and painting with Chinese brushes and aquarel guided by the sound of music. We used the finest brushes on the finest paper.
The paintings will be exposed in an art exhibition for the Wandsworth fringe art festival
Big Local is funding this event next Saturday, on the 9th of May. Everyone is welcome.
Please contact Sandra at 07940401366 to book a place.