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Jane Howroyd

ABOUT: I enjoy arts education and facilitation because I truly believe art should be accessible to everyone, regardless of their background or circumstances. I am passionate about creating inclusive environments where individuals can explore and express their creativity. This belief drives my commitment to breaking down barriers and ensuring that everyone has the opportunity to experience the transformative power of art.

TEXTILE PRACTICE: I have over 20 years’ experience as a tutor and workshop facilitator, delivering socially-engaged workshops. With specialist expertise in working with hard-to-reach audiences, I design and deliver tailor-made sessions around key outcomes. Working with a broad range of stakeholders from universities, colleges, schools, councils, community groups and charities, I have worked to specific objectives, achieving a wide variety of key results, including: Curriculum-focussed sessions; Well-being outcomes directly linked to the five ways to well-being; Generic learning outcomes across specific groups and a broad variety of bespoke workshops ranging across historical, creative, textile craft, slow stitch, print and natural dyeing. My work is always devised to take my clients on a journey by jointly planning, managing and delivering sessions, conducting post-session reviews and end-of-project reports to further demonstrate the value created by these projects.

SPECIALIST AREAS: I have experience in working in: Early Years, Primary Schools, Secondary Schools, Further and Higher Education, Adult Education, Schools and Informal Learning Settings for Young People, Adults and Children with Special Educational Needs, Adult Community Workshops, Family Community Workshops and Youth Groups.

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