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Creative Workshops with Clare Lowe

About Me

About Clare


I am an artist & writer from Bristol, with a foundation in Art Therapy and working towards becoming an Art Therapist.
I am passionate about the importance of mental health discourse and the potential that creativity holds in helping us process and express the stresses and concerns facing us all in modern life.

I have a BA in Art & Aesthetics specialising in Creative Writing and enjoy creating strange and wonderful worlds within my own art and writing practice. 

I offer two kinds of workshops which you can read more about below...


About the workshops

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Creative mentoring/workshops that are specifically run with SEN and trauma-informed techniques (currently these are mainly for those with autism & ADHD but I am continuously training to make myself accessible and create a safe space for all) These are for ages 7+ (to adults) and can be booked in blocks or on an individual basis. These are completely led by the needs of the individual and designed to boost confidence and ease anxiety using a creative medium. This can be anything from creative writing to painting, sculpture or filmmaking.
These are offered at £25 but there is a low wage option for those who need it with no questions asked.

These can be online via Skype or Zoom or in person if within the Bristol area. 
Email for more information.
Bookable workshops for budding creatives or organisations. Choose from existing workshops or request a bespoke experience on a theme of your choice. Perfect for team building, birthdays, celebrations and get-togethers. I've worked with organisations like Museum of the Home in London, Bristol Folk House and Bath University to create these for both open to the public workshops and tailored ones for staff and students. Interested?
Email for more information.
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Art History themed


Sophie Miles 
University of Bath -
Communications Assistant

"Clare designed a bespoke art workshop for the University of Bath for LGBT+ History Month on the theme of identity. Clare was excellent at communicating with me to understand our requirements, and made sure the workshop was accessible to as many people as possible through minimal equipment requirements. On the day Clare was excellent, they made everybody feel welcomed, supported, and able to share their thoughts and feelings through art, with the group. Clare has a way of creating a safe space where everybody feels comfortable I highly recommend Clare's workshops."


My 11-year-old son really doesn't like doing sitting-down work. Even fun projects I try to bring to the table are met with moans and resistance. Often resulting in us butting heads and really not getting very far. About 3 months ago another HE parent in this group recommended Clare Lowe. Wow - they are amazing. Their ability to totally engage in my son's world fiction and fantasy without their head exploding is nothing short of a miracle. Clare spent a good couple of sessions getting to know him and working out what makes him tick and his interests. It is the highlight of my son's week. He has created his own fantasy board game - Dungeons and Dragons style. He's designed all of the characters, their backstories, the board-game map and will be working on the rule book to go with it all. It's involved reading, writing, imagination, negotiation, structure plus much more. The best bit is that Clare will tailor her sessions to suit each individual child. I honestly can't recommend them highly enough.


Both my children attend one to one sessions with Clare, and they find them really enjoyable and fulfilling. The eldest works with Clare on his creative writing, and the weekly sessions have enabled him to grow in confidence and develop his skills to write the stories he wants to write. The youngest started painting figures, but Clare is always flexible in their approach, allowing him to write or tell stories, when this suits his needs on a particular day. As he is Autistic, I sit with him in the sessions, and we both look forward to them each week. Clare is truly skilled, with such a kind nature, making their sessions very special.

8 yrs old

" The best thing about Clare's sessions (apart from Clare them self! ) is making up new worlds and bringing them to life through stories, poems, drawings and maps! Clare is fun, lovely and totally brilliant, and Creative Writing with them has definitely helped me pour my imagination out onto a page! I think anyone can write amazing stories if they try hard enough with Clare's help!''

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