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William Morris Gallery
www.wmgallery.org.uk

On Saturday 28 September 2013 we are at the William Morris Gallery in Forest Road, Walthamstow to run a FREE Family Day entitled Pattern and Play. Families with children of all ages can drop-in between 1 pm – 4pm. You can play a selection of see ‘n’ make’s art games and puzzles and create your own games with pattern. The activities link to the work of William Morris displayed in the gallery. They were designed by artist David Barnett who is on hand to help and assist.


A young puzzle solver sorting out the dots.


Children's S.C.R.A.P. Project

In July 2013 the Children’s S.C.R.A.P Project welcomed a group of corporate volunteers. The group took part in a workshop as part of their Social Responsibility Programme. The workshop focused on creating resources for a self-portrait project that we were planning for a local primary school. The idea being that the children would make frames and draw self-portraits to place inside.


The frames and portraits created by the group seen here were used as examples to inspire the primary school children.


Art Games and Puzzles: Putting the Pieces Together.

On Saturday 27 July 2013, see 'n' make took part in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea's InTransit Festival of Arts 2013.

More information about this event can be found here.


Kickstarter

In April 2013, our Heads, bodies and tails, a game for the young and young at heart, was successfully funded on Kickstarter, the creative funding platform. Awards were sent out to our backers in Belgium, Canada, Netherlands, Singapore, Spain and the USA. The game was produced and is for sale here on our website.


A young child of one of our backers concentrating hard and putting the pieces together.

Pattern and play at the Children's S.C.R.A.P. Project (CSP)

In September 2012, see 'n' make created the first in a series of displays entitled Pattern and play. Art games and puzzles were on show for members to try out. Click here for poster.

Groups or individuals interested in becoming members are welcome to visit to see what the CSP has to offer.