Let’s Do An Art is a 4-part weekly online art workshop designed for children aged 3 - 9 years old, by artists Miguel Martin and Isobel Anderson. Each week, little ones can explore a different theme with fun, interactive art projects that aim to get them creating art and expressing themselves.
An after-school club with a difference.
Made up of 4 episodes, each art workshop will go live every Thursday at 4pm and can be viewed any time after that, as many times as you like.
Featuring surreal antics, songs, Miguel’s Fridge Art Gallery displaying your artwork every week, and a bit of doing an art, of course, we strongly recommend bringing your felt-tips and getting stuck in.
Miguel Martin completed his BA in Fine Art at the Ulster University in 2008 and currently lives and works in Hastings, England. He has exhibited his work both locally and internationally in group exhibitions at galleries such as The MAC, Belfast (2020); The Pool, Istanbul (2020); Trinity Buoy Wharf, London (2019) and Pallas Projects, Dublin (2018). Solo exhibitions include Fire in The Middle, the Naughton Gallery at Queens, Belfast (2020); Let the dead leaves fall, Millennium Court Arts Centre, Portadown (2017); and Put to the sword, CCA Derry-Londonderry (2016). Miguel has also received several funding opportunities from the Arts Council of Northern Ireland and the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation.
Isobel Anderson completed her PhD at The Sonic Arts Research Centre, Belfast in 2015 and currently lives and works in Hastings, England. Between her 20+ years making, performing and producing music, a PhD in Sonic Arts and a passion for creating supportive music tech education spaces for women, Isobel’s career embraces a sense of independence and experimentation.
Her four solo albums have amassed over 25 million Spotify streams, her sound works have been performed on international stages and she has published in journals, such as Organised Sound and The Journal of Sonic Studies. Threaded throughout her work is a fascination with how we make sense of ourselves, the world around us and the process of creative exploration itself.
Isobel is proud to produce and host the critically acclaimed feminist music tech podcast, Girls Twiddling Knobs.