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Artist Information : Adrian Higgins
 
Category : Printmaking  
Preferred age groups : Any and Special Needs  
Maximum group size : 30  
Workshop Proposals : Printmaking: Collograph, Etching and Lino-Cut techniques.
I use a portable etching press to deliver a variety of printmaking activities exploring the creative process in an innovative and exciting way.
Mural projects: I deliver large scale collaborative mural projects. Children are guided through a mural project from design to execution. By introduscing the use of image-editing software and projects, ideas are manipulated and replicated.  
Education/ 
Qualifications :
1996: Post Graduate Diploma: Art therapy, Edinburgh University
1990: BA Hons: Fine Art, Sheffield University
1987: BTec Diploma: Art & Design, Huddersfield Technical College  
Exhibitions : Selected Residencies: Mural Commissions & Arts weeks.
Greystones Primary School - Sheffield
Green Arbour Special School - Rotherham
Blackmarston Special School - Hereford
Brampton Abbots primary School - Ross-on-Wye  
Work Experience : Present: Self employed artist.
1997 - Present : Established 'Artistic Interiors' A successful mural company specialising in the design and implementation of large scale, site-specific mural projects in bothe public and private sectors.
Eastthorpe Gallery & First Circle Arts: as a studio holder & board member, I was able to contribute to the effective running of two multi-disciplinary art centres. I contributed to workshops & helped integrate the role they played in their communities.
'Creative Aid For Romania' : I co-ordinated this co-educational, charitable organisation providing arts based activities in Romanian orphanages and hospitals.  
 
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