As a part of a project with our local libraries and schools here, I have been working on a series of “Creativity in a Box” maker-type kits and workshops.

The first two kits, Windowsill Garden/Microgreens and Paper Crafts, have been released.

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And the next three kits, Audio Storytelling, Digital Photography and Digital Movie Making, will be released soon.

These kits have been well received, and I’m pleased with the ability to use them without necessarily having attended a workshop. Living in a place where access to services such as workshops or even libraries is limited and working with rural policy and issues of access, this is valuable.

I’m currently thinking about ways that this work could be spread to a larger audience. If you see an application of kits like this in your area, let me know.

“Creativity in a Box” kits
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