/our craft workshops have come to an end for summer but we will be back soon for more messy making. Join our face book page for updates.
/if you see a robot biking down the street they have probably been to one of our craft workshops…
/robot on the move
/another amazing robot head
indikidual are over the moon to be able to announce their participation in the New Windows on Willesden Green project!
The project is one of the Mayors Outer London Funds and is designed by The Architecture Foundation, Meanwhile Space and Blue Consulting. It takes on vacant spaces and converts them into creative places for people looking to try out their big idea! One thing all projects must have in common is that something of what they do will be given back to the community in some way.
indikidual has taken over Unit 7, Queens Parade and turned it into their very own pop up studio and kids craft area.
Craft workshops are held every Friday afternoon. But don’t expect your average felt tip pens, colouring-in books and glitter glue. We want to take kids crafting to another level, indikidual style!
Products that we make in our craft sessions will in turn go back into the local community in the form of window displays and artwork in public buildings. We will also be printing some eco tote bags to be used at the local green grocers!
If you’re in the area come along to our scooter paint party (bring your own wheels for some messy fun!) or our giant cardboard monsters making day or alternatively join the Daddy beats music jam.
We want to give kids a place were they can be inventive, creative, get messy and have fun as well as giving their parents a chance to join in without having to worry about the carpets!
What we have been up to so far…
More information is available at: