Showcasing 'How it Felt'


30th March 2018

This Saturday the 31st 'How It Felt' will be involved with the Dundee Ministry of Craft which allow local artists/crafters/businesses to sell and showcase their work. Their event takes place the last Saturday of every month at the Steeple Church in Dundee City Centre.

 How It Felt Director Deborah Chapman will be attending and will be selling How It Felt merchandise and goodies. Such as badges, stickers, tote bags, t-shirts, etc. as well as information regarding How It Felt and free mental health advice to give away. Her puppety partner 'Little Debz' will also be about to say hello and spread awareness and information regarding How It Felt and Mental Health.

If your free come along this Saturday between 11am-4pm to even just say hello and there will also be plenty or other local artists/crafters/businesses there too!

More information here

Also coming up we'll be taking part in an art exhibition in April

'How It Felt's Little Debz has been keeping her fuzzy fingers busy by creating some secret artwork and using it to take part in the Funaday Dundee art exhibition! The exhibition will be held at Dundee Wasp studios with opening night being the 13th of April at 7pm and the exhibition running through the weekend till the 15th of April 7pm. It's going to be a great exhibition showcasing some of the local artists and talent of Dundee with all sorts of different kinds of work their will be something for everyone!

A little more information about Funaday -

'Dundee has been participating in the Fun-A-Day project since 2011. The premise is simple: pick a project (take a photograph, make the bed, draw a picture, bake a cake, etc) and do it every day in January, then show your work the following month in a big group exhibition.

Fun A Day Dundee has seen an increase in participants taking part in this self- directed, community based project every year. We are now in its 7th year and have record numbers, with 60-70 people committing themselves to having fun every day in January (or as close to it as possible!)

Our project finished at the end of January, and we will be exhibiting all the participants efforts at WASPS Studios, Dundee, on Friday evening at 7pm, and Sat & Sun 10am - 7pm. We will have live music on the opening night by participant; Ed Muirhead as well as our popular sweetie pick n' mix too!'

Free, & family friendly, we'll see you there!'

How It Felt

How It Felt provides supervised and interactive Puppet Building, drama and film making Workshops.

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