ActionSpace artist Evan Bond has been selected as a workshop leader on Camden Art Centre’s SEN Schools Programme – a renowned programme working with young people and teachers from local SEN schools in collaboration with artists. Evan Bond will work alongside artists Natalie Zervou-Kerruish and Lydia CS. The three workshop leaders will bring their own artistic practices to the project, combining them to create an fascinating programme for participants involved.
Evan is the second artist from ActionSpace to be employed on Camden Art Centre’s SEN Schools Programme. Andrew Omoding was employed for the previous 3 years of the programme.
Camden Art Centre’s SEN Schools Programme aims to increase creative opportunities within the arts for people with profound and multiple learning disabilities; to foster a sense of belonging and to encourage confidence and independence through collaborative activities that champion all forms of communication and self-expression.
Image: Drawing by Evan Bond in Where The Heart Is.