Carrie Reichardt is a leading contemporary artist, who works from a mosaic-covered studio in London, The Treatment Rooms. Carrie is a self-titled craftivist. Her work collapses the boundaries between craft and activism, using the craft techniques of mural, mosaic and screen-printing to create intricate, highly politicised works of art.
As lead artist/maker Carrie Reichardt will be responsible for introducing participants to different creative techniques, help participants to develop new ideas and realise their ambitions.
Maeve Clancy is a talented Irish animator, illustrator, and production designer for television and film series.
As documentor Maeve Clancy will be responsible for working with the Youthspace, youth panel volunteers to record how the project develops. To capture ideas, thoughts and interesting conversations about mental health. Together Maeve and the volunteers will develop a sympathetic comic strip style of illustration which will be used to communicate our message and give the project a coherent identity.
Nicola Paton is a local fine artist who specialises in digital media and film. As support artist, Nicola’s main responsibility will be helping the participants to plan and complete their bronze or silver arts awards