Workshops & Classes
Imageskool runs fun and exciting graffiti workshops and classes for schools, youth groups, after school clubs, and holiday clubs. Many of our clients book us time and again, and recommend us to other organisations.
We specialise in graffiti and mural workshops, however we also run workshops in film and animation, illustration, screen printing, design and digital media.
What makes us different…
The young people get to create the artwork themselves, with guidance from us. It is true community art – the group or individual is involved in every stage of the project.
We have years of experience of working with children & young people, and know how to engage with even the most difficult. We have worked with young offenders, in secure units, and in EBD schools, producing great outcomes – both artistic and personal!
What they say about us…
“This would not have been a success without the excellent relationship that James built with the young people over a short period of time. We are now faced with young people asking us when James is coming back!” Tracey Mason, Community Development Worker.
“Your communication skills with teenagers on the project has helped us break down a lot of barriers with what we class as a hard to reach community” PCSO 2120 Wallace, Lincolnshire Police.
“James has shown he is able to connect on all levels with pupils that have emotional and behavioural problems. As an artist he has encouraged them to show discipline, maturity and commitment to their projects, resulting in fantastic pieces of art work that we are able to display throughout the school. Through his personality and understanding he has managed to achieve the respect from the pupils that is not easily gained within this challenging environment.” Laurie Reed, Lady Jane Franklin School
“James is an experienced workshop leader and is able to co-ordinate the different styles and skills of an inexperienced group to create a finished piece of artwork that they can clearly identify as their own and feel proud to have achieved.” Clare Bryan, Play Development Worker.