Recent Interaction Design graduate Jodie toured with artist collective The Crafternoon Tea Club during their time at Bestival.
She’s put together a selection of images that showcase what life is like on the road with creatives.
The Crafternoon Tea Club is an art collective lead by artists Beccy McCray and Hannah Elbourne. The collective involves bringing people together and making a difference through social design and creativity. Over the years, the Crafternoon Tea club have collaborated with many leading organisations such as; The Barbican, The Olympic Park Legacy Company, The National Theatre, Brighton Pride Parade, and Bestival. These events involve bring the audience together and spreading a message of love and positivity, this is especially evident in their ‘Show the Love Glitter Karaoke Rave’ performed at both The Barbican and Bestival.
Their main aim is to, “make a positive difference by bringing people together through creativity and relational art; sharing materials and ideas, using collective powers for the greater good, communicating a beneficial vision of a sustainable and socially just future…but most importantly, having a good time while we do it!”
Want more information on the Crafternoon Tea Club? Check out their website
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