Art & Nature Trails
Highdown Gardens Tree Trail
Commissioned to produce a new, engaging Tree Trail for children, which also included the creation of 'Top Tree Trunks' card game.
Flock to Worthing
A fun, collaborative project that got everybody involved; artists & makers created a huge variety of bird sculptures that were hidden all over town. We even had a huge flamingo on the town hall's balcony.
We have been commissioned to produce various trails in parks & green spaces across Worthing. We can illustrate & design & produce trails, commission artists to inspire & children to learn more about their environment.
Post to the Coast
A Creative Waves project inspired by postcard collections featuring the Sussex coastline; exhibitions & an art trail that follows the coastal path from Shoreham Fort to Worthing Lido.
WWI Discovery Trail
An interactive project, we created to inspire young people in Worthing to commemorate the Centenary of WWI; including a trail, workshops, assemblies & exhibitions.
Worthing's Night Owls
A series of workshops with young people to create unique doors & artwork inspired by the costume collection which was showcased as part of Worthing Museum's trail.
'Pop Up on the Prom'
Creative Waves community project, celebrating 200 years of Worthing’s seaside heritage; including pop up events & heritage walks on the prom, exhibition, display boards, booklet & a glorious vintage celebration day.
An inspiring, innovative project collaborating with 'Tank Girl' writer Alan Martin to highlight the value of the creative industries & arts education for young people. Exhibitions, workshops & an avant-garde visual event made this one to remember. See more.......
'Worthing Light Festival'
A collaborative event for artists and makers - we ran free interactive and immersive activities using a wide variety of materials and techniques
Supported using public funding by Arts Council, England.
2016 - 2017
New Amusements - We designed the project to highlight the value of the creative industries and arts education for young people. Inspired by ex Northbrook College students, artist Jamie Hewlett [Gorillaz] & writer Alan Martin who collaborated a few decades ago to create the comic book character Tank Girl.
An exclusive free, exhibition on Worthing Pier, curated by Alan Martin, illustrated the story of the artists and their work together. Featuring examples of Jamie Hewlett's early illustrations and Alan's maths book when he was at Durrington High School!
Students and artists collaborated to deliver and generate a free event in Feb 2017 at St.Pauls Arts Centre in Worthing Town Centre.