The team at Art Hoppers
We’re a friendly bunch who love what we do. We may be small in numbers but we’re big on ideas and full of creative resourcefulness. We’re freelance creatives who collectively benefit from the broad range of skills and expertise which we share when working together – Here’s Ah! team:
In her personal work, Sadie explores collaborative methods of social interaction through sculptural relationships to everyday materials.
Alex is our first port of call when we’re getting the children’s art ready for exhibition. She has a solution for anything to do with mounting / hanging the work and adding the finishing touches.
Alex has her own exhibitions of prints and sculpture and folks have her art in their houses too.
Pau is an experienced professional photographer. With a background in theatre, dance and music photography, Pau expanded his practice towards visual communications, including video, graphics, web design and artistic installations.
Pau manages the visual / media side of Art Hoppers bringing out the best in all that we do.
Originally from Barcelona, London based.
Arts and Cultural Education Consultant
Tanya is an Arts and Cultural Education Consultant, she works with Galleries and Museums, their collections and exhibitions, designing, delivering and evaluating education programmes that are person centred and meaningful.
She works as a Trainer for Arts Awards, Trinity College London, providing training for artists and teachers, and a Consultant supporting schools to develop a creative curriculum plan and accredit students work & ArtsMark.
Tanya offers valuable guidance in the development of Art Hoppers’ programmes, partnerships and training.
The Big Draw these for 2019 was Drawn to Life. Art Hoppers in partnership with Rich Mix, City & Hackney Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services and local families discuss art and well-being via two community events for The Big Draw festival 2019. A community artwork is up on permanent display in Dalston CLR James Library in Hackney as a result of the project.