colourful artwork

Suitable for: Primary and secondary creative educators

Date: Friday, 7th July

Time: 10am-2pm

Location: Wolverhampton School of Art, Ring Rd, Wolverhampton WV1 1NT


In response to the artwork of the same title this creative workshop focuses on how you can use colour and shape to depict the theme of migration and promote wellbeing through visual expression and communication. These techniques can then be taken back to your classroom be used in conjunction with the ‘Things We Carry’ teaching resource.

We will explore:

  • Oil pastel image tracing
  • Colour mixing
  • Collagraph texture printing
  • Playdough printing


Amara Antoinette

Amara is a Black, British Jamaican, Artist Educator born and raised in Birmingham, UK.

Her work explores socio political themes through poetry and illustration. A trained Art Therapist, she also promotes emotional and social wellbeing for children and young people through experimental and exploratory art making.


Email Becky at to book your free space.