Tuesday, 13 July 2010

Creative stuff at the K3 Games

On 11 June 2010 I was involved in some creative workshops at the K3 Games. The event is about encouraging young people from local Secondary schools in Bath to try new sports. It takes place every year at the University of Bath. Through Relays we've introduced some fun creative activities.

Bath-based artist Tim Vyner, worked with 25 young people who all had a go at painting on a huge 10 meter long roll of paper. Everyone had a great time and the finished picture is fantastic. My particular favourite is Usain Bolt by the finish line.

Gravity Vomit are the very friendly student society for Circus skills at the University of Bath. Everyone always asks about their name. They say it's because gravity pulls down, so they throw up. Anyway, they were also on hand to encourage people to have a go at hula hooping and plate spinning and show off a few of their amazing juggling tricks.