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Oxford City Council - Leisure & Amenities

CrackpotsCAO conducted a wide range of community arts projects in Oxford which were funded by Oxford City Council, principally via the Leisure and Amenities Department with the aid of city council officer, Richard Grant and Oxford City Council Arts Officer Al Williams.

Bloomin Arts East Oxford Community Centre

Activities included drop in sessions for unemployed people at the Daytime Activities Group, Bloomin' Arts pottery workshops for children
Young potter at Bloomin Arts clay workshop[1]   Young potter at Bloomin Arts clay workshop[2]   a group of young potters at Bloomin Arts pottery workshop run by Crackpots CAO [3]   a young potter at Bloomin Arts workshop run by Crackpots CAO [4]   Young potter at the Bloomin Arts workshop run by Crackpots CAO [5Painting slip decoration onto a ceramic tile at Bloomin Arts pottery workshop run by Crackpots CAO [6]   Children and teacher at Bloomin Arts pottery workshop run by Crackpots CAO [7]   young potter and helper at Bloomin Arts pottery workshop run by Crackpots CAO [8] and numerous Open Days at the East Oxford Community Centre, Princes Street.

Rose Hill Community Arts & Culture Day

At the Rose Hill Community Arts & Culture Day in 1988
a view of the bus shelter mural made by children from ceramic tiles and paint [9]   a view of the bus shelter mural made by children from ceramic tiles and paint[10] CrackpotsCAO worked with local children and Sarah and Atlanta from "Inside Art" community arts group. A well used bus shelter, regularly haunted by vandals and graffiti artists - received beautification in the form of a painted mural with inlaid ceramic tiles.
a view of the bus shelter mural made by children from ceramic tiles and paint [11] a view of the bus shelter mural made by children from ceramic tiles and paint[12] a view of the bus shelter mural made by children from ceramic tiles and paint[13] a view of the bus shelter mural made by children from ceramic tiles and paint[14] a view of the bus shelter mural made by children from ceramic tiles and paint[15] a view of the bus shelter mural made by children from ceramic tiles and paint[16]   a view of the bus shelter mural made by children from ceramic tiles and paint[17] a view of the bus shelter mural made by children from ceramic tiles and paint[18] a view of the bus shelter mural made by children from ceramic tiles and paint[19] a view of the bus shelter mural made by children from ceramic tiles and paint[20] a view of the bus shelter mural made by children from ceramic tiles and paint[21] a view of the bus shelter mural made by children from ceramic tiles and paint[22]  

The tiles had been made by local children at the Rose Hill After School Club over the preceding weeks and had been fired by a local potter.

A tally of satisfied clients of the CrackpotsCAO mobile clay facility also includes, the East Oxford Senior Citizens Group, who called on CrackpotsCAO services several times for talks on ceramics and pottery workshops, Bullingdon Community Senior Citizens, the Donnington Mother and Toddler Group, some Anarchist Fayres and several outings at Fun in the Parks.

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