Sue Clark is passionate about the creative process and believes that, with the right support and encouragement, everyone has the potential to be creative. Sharing the art experience has always been her biggest thrill and it is this that forms the cornerstone of her philosophy. Art at Work is all about making art together: in a corporate or business setting, in the community and in schools.
“Not everyone feels confident enough to begin a creative project and the collaborative process takes that concern away and makes the next step more accessible and more fun. Each person can contribute to whatever level or ability they have and the pieces come together to support each other. I think it is a lovely lesson to learn, that on your own you can achieve a certain amount but together you can achieve even more.”
Sue’s innovative approach is inclusive, supportive and builds on individual strengths and interests. She believes everyone can enjoy making art but you don’t need to be an artist to participate!
Tailored team building activities
“Art at Work’s innovative approach is a unique and exciting alternative to traditional team building. Art is a dynamic and fun way to encourage collaboration and creativity in your staff. Every event culminates with the production of a work of art, which acts as a powerful, visual reminder of your team working together.” Vikki Lee, Goode PR
“Sue inspired us, equipped us and guided us to a very successful group art effort. It now hangs with pride in our office as a reminder of just what can be achieved when we are in tune and working together to a common goal.”
Read more about Art at Work team building.
Sue is skilled at engaging with people of all ages, cultures and professional backgrounds. This ensures she can provide quality creative engagement for all at your next festival or community event.
Read more about Art at Work Community Projects.
Art in Schools
Sue can visit your school or holiday programme to deliver innovative art workshops. Art at Work gives your students a unique opportunity to create art through group projects, holiday art classes and specialist after school art classes.
Read more about Art Projects in Schools
Patricia Carlyle, Hillsborough Primary School
“Not a day goes by without children standing, looking, touching and discussing the murals. As a school we thank Sue for her enthusiasm and amazing support.”