IMG_2491Puppets are incredible.

Through a puppet we can say or do things that we wouldn’t otherwise have the courage to say or do.

A puppet is both the essence and reflection of a character; imagine making a puppet based on yourself, being able to show yourself as you would like other people to see you, to show the world who you really are.

Puppet making is a fantastic art form as it encompasses so many different skills.

Whilst making a puppet you will learn or develop these skills:






Textile design


Whether you are a complete beginner, love art and craft or just plain curious by the end of eight weeks you will have created a unique puppet.

These courses are free and include all materials.  

This is a fantastic opportunity to explore how the arts can contribute to your mental wellbeing. Open to ages 16 to 25.

There are only eight places on each course.  To book a place or find out more:

Email: julietartinmind@gmail.com

Phone: 07847 894602



About Juliet Lockhart

Juliet Lockhart is an artist, educator and writer working predominately in fabric, paper and with found objects. She has a BA in Fine Art and an MA in Literature and Creative Writing. The focus of her work is story. She is interested in folk and fairy tales, the stories hidden beneath our landscape entwined with personal memory, history and happenings and the stories that shape us into who we are. She is the founder and artistic director of a Suffolk charity, Lockarts. Lockarts uses the power of the creative process to make a real difference to people’s lives in Suffolk; inspiring and empowering them to explore, develop and grow. To find out more about the work of the charity click here: www.lockarts.org.uk
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