Artist Run Workshops in Schools

Nick Sayers
Preferred Age Groups
All age groups
Maximum Group Size
Workshop Proposals
Creative scientifically inspired art activities, exploring Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Maths (STEAM / STEM). Students make artwork from everyday materials such as old bicycle parts, drink cans and plumbing pipes – making abstract scientific concepts relatable, creative, and fun. Workshops on offer include hypnotic record player animations, pandemic portrait drawing via Zoom, Bicycle Drawing Machines, camera obscura and pinhole camera making, spherical sculpture building, and Cycle The Solar System.
Education / Qualifications
University of Brighton – BA (Hons) Wood Metal Ceramics & Plastics (WMCP)
Kent Institute of Art & Design (now UCA Canterbury) – Art & Design Foundation
City College Brighton (now MET) – PHP / MySQL programming
FDM Group, Brighton – Web Design
Record player animations, Imperial College / Great Exhibition Road Festival, London, UK
NickDrawsNationals global pandemic portraits – Brighton Fringe Festival, UK
Drawing machines, International Sculpture Festa, Seoul, South Korea
Drawing machines, Summer Nostos Festival, Athens, Greece
Painting machine, Biross International Art Symposium, Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt.
Work Experience
Big Bang Fair school science festivals – Birmingham and London, UK
Prop-building – Plunge Creations, Brighton, UK
Origami teaching – MSC Cruises Dubai to Mumbai
Math-art workshop – Museum Of Math, New York City, United States
Talks and exhibits – Bridges math-art conference, Sweden, Netherlands, Portugal, Hungary.
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