Do you believe in the power of making?
We believe that making and developing the ability to work, and think with one’s hands, is a crucial skill and should be nurtured from cradle to grave.
If you are a teacher, artist educator or head teacher – please take the Brilliant Makers’ pledge and say:
‘I believe in the power of making!’*
*By using the Brilliant Makers Digital Badge, you are making a pledge that you:
*believe in making,
*agree that learning to use tools is a vital part of a child’s education,
*believe in thinking through doing and learning through exploring materials.
By filling out the form below, you are showing your support of the Brilliant Makers campaign, and agree to receiving emails from AccessArt about our aims, initiatives and projects.
Many thanks to these individuals who have made a pledge to Brilliant Makers
Paula Briggs, AccessArt
Sheila Ceccarelli, AccessArt
Noa Hillman, Primary School Pupil
Jessa Leff, Arts and Minds
David Hillman, Cambridge University, Lecturer
Ingo Drewry, Lower Sixth Student
Francesca Centioni-Dene, Founder of Little Artists london
Lucy Wallis, Head of Art at Gable Hall
Sarah Jerrard-Dinn, Head of Learning at Coventry Biennial of Contemporary Art
Shirley McGregor, Pop Up Art Room Blairgowrie
Sasha Morris-Bhatia, Artist Educator, Heyday Artist Workshops for Children, Shrewsbury Museum
Ian Dury, Art Specialist Teacher at Stebon Primary
S. Willson, Art Teacher, American School of Brasilia, Brazil
Roberta Mathieson, Freelance Creative Educator
Victoria Smith, Artist and Maker
Ann Mari Mallinson
Mary Frank, Art Teacher, Northern Lehigh Sd
Amanda Robinson, Art Coordinator, Archbishop Sumner Primary School
Vanessa Byron, Class teacher and Art and Design coordinator, St Martin’s C of E Primary School
Patricia Furniss, Art tutor, Ellershaw house
Nevena Videnova, Art teacher, AEA
Lyn Hardy, Art Club Leader, Northaw School
Rosie James, Dent primary school