Pia was such an excellent and inspiring tutor when she worked with us leading an intergenerational arts and crafts group that was attended by a range of kids, families and older people. Her activities were always inventive and exciting yet achievable. Although it was a drop-in group, many people returned week after week. Pia's lovely energy manages to be both fun and calming which is ideal for some of the children we work with - I couldn't recommend her enough as a teacher and artist.Jemma Bicknell
Head of Community Programmes, Time & Talents
Inclusive sessions encourage visitors to engage with the collection and reflect ethos of the organisation. My workshops make participants feel welcome, build their confidence and inspire them to make personal connections to develop a sense of ownership of the collection.
Workshops may be open or more formal, targeted at specific groups. I’m experienced in encouraging reluctant participants and encouraging intergenerational collaborations.
Venues I have worked at include:
The National Gallery / British Film Institute / The V & A
Kew Gardens / UCL Grant Museum of Zoology / Whitechapel Gallery
The British Museum / The Ashmolean Oxford / ZSL London Zoo