Monthly Archives: September 2015

Madshow – You did us proud

September 18, 2015


You did us proud, Dawlish and neighbouring villages and towns….a brilliant full audience at the Shaftesbury (noisy and appreciative! Just what was needed!!) and a fantastic cast from local performers with proven hi...[more]

Workshop: Exminster Glass Workshop – Anne Smyth

September 13, 2015


Anne Smyth has a wide range of artistic skills. One of them is glass making and she is quite  prepared to work with primary age children.  Exminster School used a THF subsidy to engage Anne to work with their children ...[more]

Workshop Update

September 13, 2015


Bovey Tracey – Med Theatre Bovey writes: “We are very lucky this year to welcome MED THEATRE back to work on an exciting drama project for Year 6 students.  We will be making and producing a short film. ...[more]

Denbury 3D – Peter Margerum

September 13, 2015


Peter writes: “I worked with children from year 5/6 class over two days to create 3D artworks based upon ‘life under the sea’.  On the first day the children worked in small groups to create sea creatu...[more]

DCC Print Making – Anita Reynolds

September 13, 2015


Anita is a print maker and guided the GCSE art students at Dawlish through two intensive workshops on collograph and print-making. “My favourite bit was putting the ink on because it was fun and you could try to hi...[more]

Widecombe 3D Soft Stone Carving – Anne-Marie Moss

September 13, 2015

Sculptor Anne-Marie Moss worked with the children at Widecombe School on Dartmoor creating their own soft-stone scultures in a project supported by THF. Headteacher, Kate Edwards, writes: “The children really enjoy...[more]

Best of luck Kate Edwards

September 13, 2015


And a farewell to Kate Edwards Trustees of THF would like to take this opportunity to wish Kate Edwards, recently retired Head of Widecombe, every happiness in her retirement. (Kate is pictured second row far right). Ka...[more]

Monica Shanta-Brown at Kenn School

September 13, 2015


Monica Shanta-Brown was invited by Kenn School to work with the children in a THF-supported workshop creating pictures that would then translate into a banner for hanging outside the school. Using themes from nature, the...[more]