Staying creative at home these school holidays

7 July 2020

Our Living Arts Program, run out of Life Without Barriers in SA, have been putting together some great video tutorials to encourage you to stay creative whilst at home.

Get inspired these school holidays

The ancient art of paper sculpture has been around as long as...mmm paper. Before that it was most probably bark, but that’s for another project. The paper artists got lonely in their little paper studios, so they made some friends calling them 'Paper Pals'. This video shows one of many ways of working with paper and creating characters/sculptures/puppets.

This latest video from Mark will teach you how to create your own ‘Paper Pals’. Learn how to transform circles of paper into 3D characters with different sized paper cones that you can glue together using this template to get you started.

Email us a photo of your paper pals and maybe a short story about their adventures to livingartssa@lwb.org.au and it may even pop up in our in an upcoming edition of the Living Arts Creative Times monthly e-newsletter!

Join Phi from the Living Arts team in this video to read Whoever You Are by Mem Fox and then get creative with a quick tutorial on making Paper People.

When decorating your paper people think about how they could represent different people, these could be people all over the world or perhaps the people you’re missing right now. Make sure you send us a photo of your paper people, we love seeing what you’ve been creating at home!

Email us a photo to livingartssa@lwb.org.au and it may even pop up in our Guerilla Gallery in an upcoming edition of the Living Arts Creative Times monthly e-newsletter!

Mindful moments relaxation exercises brings you simple self-care tools the whole family can use. Join Isy from Living Arts to see how by using breath and movement, a calming moment of mindfulness can be found in amongst the busyness of life.

Get creative this school holidays

The Living Arts teams have created many more videos to help you get creative this school holidays