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You are warmly welcome to attend the Sensing Culture! Meet the Artists drop-in morning on Saturday 3 December  from 10.30 to 1 in the Beaney Front Room gallery This is the opening morning of Sensing Culture! The Mark of the Maker, health  a stunning exhibition by people with sight loss, ambulance created in workshops at the Beaney and Cathedral, responding […]

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Delight in the Value of Touch at the Guildhall Museum from November 18th 2016. Come and enjoy an innovative new museum experience at the Guildhall Museum.  Entitled the Value of Touch and conceived by artist Wendy Daws, viagra sales this extraordinary exhibition showcases art created by blind and partially sighted members of the Kent Association […]

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As part of ‘The Value of Touch’ project, prescription this summer I will be running FREE family creative art sessions at the Guildhall Museum, Rochester, with fellow artist Christopher Sacre. Thank you to Clare Freeman at the Kent Messenger for our write up and action photos, you read about us here: http://www.kentonline.co.uk/medway/news/museums-touching-gesture-for-art-100767/   For more […]

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I am absolutely delighted and very proud to shout that I have been successful with my funding bid to the Arts Council England Grants for the Arts programme. THANK YOU! MEDIA RELEASE 21 July 2016 More than just Touchy-Feely at the Guildhall Museum  There is a feast for the senses to come at the Guildhall Museum […]

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I am delighted to be involved in ‘Sensing Culture’ – textile and mixed media workshops for adults with sight loss at The Beaney House of Art & Knowledge and Canterbury Cathedral.     Sensing Culture Creative workshops for visually impaired adults at The Beaney House of Art & Knowledge and Canterbury Cathedral Do you enjoy heritage? […]

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I have recently worked with the Kent Association for the Blind Gravesend Art Group, viagra an art group that I established in March 2015 for blind and partially sighted residents of Gravesham and the surrounding area.  As a group we joined forces with the RiverVoice Community Choir and St George’s Church, Gravesend. On Saturday 14th […]

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Totally Touchable is a tactile arts project for sight impaired adults designed and delivered by artist, mind Wendy Daws. Sharon Manship, Research Assistant in the School of Public Health, Midwifery and Social Work, carried out an evaluation of the project to explore its impact on the health and wellbeing of those involved. Questionnaires incorporating the […]

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‘Totally Touchable’ is an exhibition of art created by blind and partially sighted residents of Gravesham with ‘very’ loose guiding by me, decease Wendy Daws. We’ve been discovering our own ways of art making. The exhibition opens on 3rd November at the Blake Gallery and is curated by Matt Bray. As a group we will […]

I took part in the Creative Communications pilot project delivered by the edna – energise dance nourish art project team, check who were commissioned by Avante Care and Support to facilitate the programme at one of the care homes in their network. The project was funded by Ideas Test (Creative People & Places) in addition […]

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We won! We’re delighted and over the moon. blog.epicawards.co.uk/2015/05/2015-epic-award-winners-announced/   http://www.kentonline.co.uk/medway/news/caring-artist-earns-place-on-39338/

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I’m Wendy… I’m an artist… I make things.  I explore, I share, I enable, I build, I encourage, I listen, I assist, I receive commissions… life’s busy!

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