WRAP is a registered charity promoting sustainability and environmental stewardship through the visual arts and making process. They have a volunteer run scrapstore open to members and public visits and run educational activities for schools, local authorities, museums and community groups. WRAP's ethos is to reduce, re-use and recycle.
Arts & Crafts
Lucy Lardner is a trained fine artist with over 20 years experience in community and commercial arts. Lucy ran her own theatre and photography back drop company for 8 years in London and moved into the community arts sector when she had children of her own. Lucy now lives and works in Northwood and has been working with Victoria as Associate Artist and Learning Coordinator for Watford Recycling Arts Project schools learning program, teaching children about recycling, sustainability and environmental stewardship through the arts.
Victoria graduated in fine art from LJMU in 2004 and has been working professionally as a community artist, trainer and facilitator for commercial and private clients since. She has over 12 years experience working in schools, 2 years in youth work, 5 years privately tutoring, and is also a trained art therapist. Victoria also has 2 fabulous mini artists of her own and loves nothing better than to see others explore their creative mojo. Clients include Herts Inclusive Theatre, WRAP, Watford &Three Rivers Council, UKCCA, U3A, Headstone Manor Museum and Watford Museum amongst others.
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