Inspired by Alan Davies spontaneous approach to creativity, educational events and material is under development.
The first educational event was a Draw Jam – held on Hertford Castle Lawn with two established artists interacting with 140 members of the public of all ages- who created a community drawing piece places on display in Hertford Library
Jane Glynn’s practice explores aspects of time, memory and storytelling through painting, bookmaking and animation. She has an MA in Children’s book Illustration and is a graduate in Fine Art from the University of Hertfordshire. In 2009 she was included in the Jerwood Drawing Prize. As an education officer at Knebworth House (2016) she devised and delivered family art sessions around drawing in the gardens. Since 2017 Jane has worked as an Associate Artist with MK Gallery in Milton Keynes developing participatory art projects with the gallery and other artists and teachers.
Michael Wright is Senior Lecturer on the Fine Art Programme, Faculty of Creative Arts, University of Hertfordshire. He has a Post grad Dip in Fine Art from the Royal Academy Schools and in 2001 undertook an MA by Research entitled ‘Drawing, processes of conceptual modelling of landscape space’. This research practice has subsequently developed as an exchange between drawing, sculpture and time-based video installations. Wright exhibits internationally and has acted as consultant on publications for Dorling Kindersley, in association with the Royal Academy of Arts, as well as authoring a number of arts publications on fine art media and digital photography.