Connecting the worlds of art and ideas and involving you in the process, helps to raise an awareness of the importance of sharing and celebrating beauty.

Engaging with others in hands on creativity and creative thinking – making and merging art, dance, music, film – enhances our well-being and adds enormous value to our lives.

As a trained musician and artist with a deep interest in the arts, I have an ongoing passion to build connections through collaboration with other arts practitioners sharing similar goals.

Creating and getting involved in such projects is about fostering a dynamic relationship between artists and communities, ensuring that the arts continue to have relevance and impact.

From sharing exhibitions of paintings with fellow artists or abstract art sceptics, encouraging students of all levels to respond intuitively to the arts (painting to music, composing music/dancing to painting, etc.), to working with film makers and creating end of project events, the collaborative projects have clear aims:

  • to engage as diverse a group of people as possible in working towards shared goals
  • to enrich lives through creative thinking and doing
  • to intensify experiences of the world around us
  • to enhance the understanding and enjoyment of the arts and each other
  • to link the talent we have around us, thus benefiting from exchange of ideas and working practice

“Beauty in art and music. Beauty in people. Beauty in the natural environment. Beauty in the process of making and building. … And beauty in how they all connect.”

“How exciting to be learning through actively exploring art … in new and creative ways.”

Sadie Medway – Lecturer in Education, University of Plymouth



Workshops for Everyone

I work with individuals and groups of up to 30. My aim is to deliver a fun and stimulating environment in which experimentation and expression is maximised.
Sara Downham Lotto