Fun A Day Dundee is in its second week already, and participants have made time to accomplish all sorts of fun into their daily routines. This year there has been record breaking interest/ sign ups before Fun A Day kicked off in January, which illustrates the growing popularity of Fun A Day Dundee.
Participants of all ages and occupations are joining in, with a variety of art forms, physical activities, craft, and documentation being their daily goal. So far participant numbers are ranging between 40 – 50, with everyone determined make January and 2017 a fun, and Happy New Year!
Below is a selection of work in production
Chris Duke Design – Project: ‘There and Then’ – Her project combines having fun with exercise by walking and exploring to capture moments. Instagram
Judy Scott – Judy’s project consists of mini design collages which are beautifully bright. Instagram
Cally Booker – This year Cally is producing triaxial weavings with sliced up Christmas cards, mounting each piece on 8″ square card. Instagram
Kate Morton- Kate is taking a video each day in January as a new way of capturing moments/ details, while hoping to learn new skills along the way. Instagram
Sandra Cassidy – Sandra is using the English Paper Piecing technique associated with quilting to create flat images. She is using the same shape throughout the month to create patterns using various fabrics, seeing where playing around takes her.
From top left to bottom right: 1. Nicola Donnelly – Reading a chapter of a book a day. 2. Lucy Robertson – Instagram 3. Ellie Fiddes – What to do with a shed skin from a six foot Boa Constrictor? Facebook 4. Judith Mcdowall / Just Judith Design – ‘Marbling Mayhem’ Spending a little time each day experimenting with new ways to marble, starting on up-cycled bottles.
From top left to bottom right: 1. David Kendall 2. Connor Cassidy 3. and 4. Caroline Simpson Instagram