We’ve collaborated with Art Eat Events to bring you a thoughtful, creative session designed to explore many aspects of storytelling.
All participants are provided with a Creative Workbook to use before, during and after a virtual workshop with Edward ‘zoomed’ in from his studio in Accra, Ghana.
Edward Ofosu is a self-taught Ghanaian artist. His award-winning work has been widely exhibited in shows such as The Royal Society of Portrait Painters. Edward has taught workshops at the Apple Store, the V&A Museum and the Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace. He is currently working on a personal project of 100 African leaders’ portraits for a permanent collection in Ghana. Edward’s work is held in private collections around the world.
Art Eat facilitated a series of creative workshops with Edward in May 2021 and commissioned a Creative Workbook with ideas and suggestions for fun doodles and art, based on the Power of Stories exhibition. Edward has a uniquely engaging manner and accessible style when leading art workshops and invites participants to share their experiences and ideas around power, celebration, survival and resilience in adversity.
Cost available on request.
To book, contact Daisy Lees: firstname.lastname@example.org