Space For Wellbeing

Space for Wellbeing is a collaborative community design project led by artist Kate MacKay and a team of neurodivergent artists and designers working in textile, sound, garden design and painting.

Workshops will involve making, creating, designing and exploring the sensory quality of space. How does our environment make us feel and what can we do creatively to positively enhance the feeling of a space?

Artworks created will form part of a temporary space and artwork installation created especially for the festival at the Forres House Community Centre.

 

Spring Workshop Programme

Tuesdays 11am – 1pm

Throughout May & June

Forres House Community Centre

Suitable for adults or young people, 14 years + with experience or interest in neurodivergence, design, nature, craft and wellbeing.

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Summer Workshop Programme

Tuesday 16 and 23 July: 11am – 1pm & 2pm – 4pm

Sense of Wellbeing

Work with sound artist Dave Martin and visual artist Kate MacKay to gather sounds and textures from nature. Explore how what we hear and feel can affect our wellbeing and gather elements for the ‘Space for Wellbeing’ at Findhorn Bay Festival.

 

Tuesday 30 July and 6 Aug: 11am – 1pm & 2pm – 4pm

Sense of Wellbeing

Work with garden designer Eva Zandman and visual artist Kate MacKay to explore how to bring nature into your living, learning and working environment to create an indoor oasis in which to thrive. Help to design and make elements for the ‘Space for Wellbeing’ at Findhorn Bay Festival.

Book here.

 

More Info

  • The morning (11am – 1pm) workshops are open to families and children under 14 years accompanied by parents or carers.
  • The afternoon workshops (2pm – 4pm) are open to adults and teens over 14 years.
  • Spaces are limited to 12 participants per workshop.
  • Spaces are free, however booking is essential.
  • All workshops will happen at the Forres House Community Centre.
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