I have just realised that I still had to write about my exhibition at Cambridge Art Salon and about the workshop that I led at Cambridge Science Centre.
Let's start with the exhibition; it was a truly wonderful experience, thanks to Ruthie Collins, Art Salon and friends that helped and supported me.
I was also featured on the Cambridge News, you can read it on line, here.
My window dressing was very successful and received a lot of appreciations, to such an extent that they asked me to keep it also for the next exhibition; as you can imagine I was really pleased.
A lot of people came to the opening, from all ages! A lot of children with their parents also, and the atmosphere was happy and cheerful.
Here you can see some photos of the event.
On the 24th of February I ran a workshop for children at Cambridge Science Centre.
The workshop was connected with e-Luminate Festival. Thanks to Alessandra Caggiano for inviting me.
The workshop was aimed at increasing the awareness of children about sustainability and the environment.
I created a small booklet with illustrations, games and simple sentences about daily actions that kids can do to develop their knowledge about sustainability and energy conservation.
We had a lot of fun!