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  • Folk Deco Clay Workshops

    Client: Folkestone Triennial, SDC, Muff Architecture. Folk Deco working alongside the 2014 Folkestone Triennial Payers Park commission. Lead artists Matt Rowe and Lovisa Lindstrom   hosted a series of community workshops that engaged local residents with handmade decorative artefacts. Handmade objects were used as a focal point to stimulate an informal discussion surrounding the social and cultural value…

  • Motion Blur

    Client: Turner Contemporary, Pembury Primary School. Students at Pembury Primary School in Tunbridge Wells used a specialist iPad photo application and lighting to capture moment and compositions inspired by the commonwealth games. The students at the school hare currently teaming up with a school in Uganda to do photography relating to the commonwealth games. The schools sessions  helped…

  • Colour Volume

    Client: Turner Contemporary and Propellor Big Arts Day Colour Volume was a interactive photography and movement workshop developed for theINSPIRE Big Arts Day. The session worked with a number of schools including Mascalls, Hadlow, Broomhill Bank, New Ash Green, Aylesford and Hayesbrook School. The artists led activities  helped empower creative leadership amongst the young people in attendance. Colour Volume was part…

  • Rosa Barba and Carl Andre

    Client: Turner Contemporary. This collaborative workshop led by artists Matt Rowe and Chris Paul Daniels introduced participants the works of Rita Rosa Barba/Carl Andre The results of the one day ‘Sixth Form Masterclass’ workshop at Tuner Contemporary on Friday 1st March 2013 between myself, Matt Rowe and local sixth formers. The sculptures were made in response to Carl Andre’s exhibition, whilst…

  • Make Believe Make

    Client: Portsmouth City Museums and Aspex Gallery. Portsmouth City Museums and Aspex have teamed up to run Make! Believe! Make!, an exhibition which showcases inventive uses of materials and the process of creating things by means of contemporary craft techniques. The show explores the motivations behind human innovation, and takes a look at the incentives which…

  • Dawn Of The Shed

    Client: The Shed Youth Centre, Shepway district council. Working alongside lead artist Matt RoweThis project engaged with a number of young people to help them create a new Identity for there annual urban sports competition held at the shed in Folkestone. Dawn Of The Shed was an outreach project for The Shed youth centre. Working along…

  • Cheriton Artland Transcription

    Client: Strange Cargo. Strange Cargo has a three year mission to create new opportunities for people to experience the arts on the streets of Cheriton. Following the success of the Winter Grotto, which involved around 2000 local residents, a new Strange Cargo participatory arts project is just about to make a big impact in Cheriton.…

  • In the Depths of Neon

    Client: Turner Contemporary. In the Depths of Neon was a series of a bespoke light drawing workshops that responded to the themes and imagery of    She Lay Down Deep Beneath the Sea. Tracey Emin’s first  major solo exhibition at Turner Contemporary. The exhibition explored the themes of love, sensuality and romanticism in Emin’s oeuvre, featuring both new and…

  • Ultimate Cultivate

    Client: KCC, Kent Cultural Baton. This series of photographic workshops was led by Matt Rowe and explored the people and places of of the Romney Marsh on the Kent coast. The workshops were developed as Part of the Kent cultural Baton. A mobile a mobile artwork  devised by Nicole Mollett, for the cultural olympiad. The portraits were…

  • A Song For Dover

    To welcome the 2012 Olympic torch. Dover hosted a spectacular firework display by the Worlds Famous. As part of of the evenings activity’s Go Go Whippet was invited to create a bespoke Britannia themed photo booth to capture the peoples reactions to the  festivities.