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art and design, education

Making Patterns – Week 3 of Noctiluna Camp

I think this may have been the most noisy week of camp so far, my ears are still ringing! However, it would also be one of the most astonishing weeks in terms of the work produced. I would like to explain the theme of last week’s camp to you, but I don’t know where to …

art, summer camp

What I learned at Summer Camp – Part 2

Last week was my favorite week of Summer Camp so far. This is because the theme was Bauhaus.  I am obsessively in love with the Bauhaus art movement; it’s influences can be seen everywhere today, from IKEA furniture to the abc tv logo, and even Apple computers. Bauhaus stripped art down to it’s basic principles and focused on …

art, education, summer camp

10 Tips for Running a Summer Camp

I have been running camps for four years. I’m no veteran, and four years may not seem a very long time, however, in those four years I have learnt a lot, and my camps have grown a lot. This list of tips addresses issues big and small, and I hope it helps any individuals out there …

art and design, creativity, education, family, inspiration, kids, learning, parenting, small business, spontaneity

Elementary, my dear…

Unfortunately, today’s blog will not be about my favorite TV series, Sherlock, or the splendid Mr Cumberbatch, I just like a good play on words. I have mentioned before that I am a trained middle and high school teacher. Teaching middle and high school Art is something I adore doing. I especially revel in the …

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Lazy Days Ahead

This will be a short post. I promise, really. I would like to proudly announce to the world, nay, the universe, that I have finally written all the lesson plans for all of my summer camps! Every single day has been planned into gorgeous little nuggets of learning, with outdoor play and nature walks in …

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