Upcoming Sessions & Events

I have started to run occaisional sessions outdoors now. Please see below for what is coming up.

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Family Art Club in The Woods - Fully Booked
Sunday 27th June 10.30 til Midday

At Coopers Circle on Allington Hill, Bridport DT6 5DR

Another Family Art Club in the Woods! This time we will be using stuff from the woods to make prints with, hopefully using the sunshine too....

This session is for the whole family, everyone joins in.
It is good for children from age 2 and up.

These sessions are part funded by the Allington Hillbillies so the cost is reduced to just £6 per family.

There are some free places available also, please get in touch with me if you would like one of these.

This event is now fully booked, there will  be another one next month.

Please email me if you have any questions jo@burlington.me.uk

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OOPS WOW and DANCE

A collaboration with dancer Aimee Symes

Saturday 26th June 1-2.30pm

For ages 6-11yrs, £9 / £8 siblings


This workshop is part of the 'Weaving With the Weather' series organised by Nikki Northover of Bridport Youth Dance.

In this session we will be exploring movement and mark making, drawing scores to dance, looking at and dancing with the flowers and leaves in the wonderful garden where these sessions take place.

This is an outdoor event and as such is weather dependent.

For more information and to book, please contact Nikki Northover at bridportyouthdance01@gmail.com

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OOPS WOW ART PLAY BOXES

Over lockdown I developed 6 different boxes and these are all still available from my etsy shop JoBurlingtonArt

Obviously it is so wonderful that we can begin to meet our friends and family outside, go to events and groups again. These boxes are great for down days, or bad weather days; they are great presents for your kids, grandkids, nephews and nieces and friends.


There are boxes for everyone from age 3 to 103, for people who like small details to people who like to wear their art and run around in it, for budding engineers and now for grown ups who want to play too.

Every now and then I get sent pictures from some children who have received a box , like this one above, and it fills me with joy to see what they have made. Do take a look.