We’re pleased to be supported financially by The National Lottery through Creative Scotland once again. Because of this we’re able to support our team to deliver mini projects, active communication and provide fair pay for their skills and time. We’re also able to support creatives with commissioned designs, workshops, performances and talks.
This week we have two events which you can participate in.
1. Artist Zoom Session: Kelly Reilly (lovekellyreillybespokegifts)
As the Fun A Day Dundee 2022 project is around the corner (January), we’re connecting with previous participants of past years to share their experiences with Fun A Day, as well as sharing a bit about themselves, and what kind of creativity they are currently working on – whether it’s professional or in their own time.
This week we meet with Kelly Reilly and find out the different experiences she’s had taking part, and what kind of jewellery and art she’s working on, as well as past creative work.
Join us for this casual zoom call on Saturday 27th November at 2pm. Book your free ticket here. The video link will also go up on our social media pages that day.
2. Dundee Social Meet @ V&A
Our social meets are a great way of connecting with other participants in person as the majority of our project takes place online and in participants own time/schedule. They are very casual, and although they may be quite daunting to join at first, we are excited to welcome new faces, and promise we’re a friendly bunch! You can always bring a friend too.
Our second social meet for #FADD2022:
Any of our local community/followers can join us for a gander around Dundee’s water front at The V&A Dundee. Grab your camera for some creative fun or even a sketchbook for some on site sketching. We’ll be meeting just outside the V&A (most likely by @heatherstreetfood ☕🍩) before we have a wee walk and chat together! If we have some strong weather, we’ll take it indoors where there V&A has some amazing architecture to sketch/photograph/explore.
Followed by a visit to @thebachbistro for anyone who perhaps can’t make the first part, or who want to warm up after!
Sunday 28th November