LIVING AND LOVING LEARNING.
Think Lockhart has been organising, running and leading art events, projects and exhibitions within the U.K for more than a decade.
Kate and Jon Lockhart met whilst studying Art at the University of Reading. As artists and teachers, they feel that it is really important to experiment and to share creative ideas. Both Kate and Jon value their roles within ThinkLockhart and work hard to achieve the very best results out of each project.
Kate Lockhart – BA MA (RCA) P.G.C.E www.katelockhart.com
Kate’s art work is mainly 2d based and includes paint, printmaking, mixed media, drawing and also site-specific installations. In 2005 she returned to full-time education and began a Masters in Fine Art at the Royal College of Art, London. Since completing the course in 2007 she has worked on corporate commissions and many educational projects for ThinkLockhart.
From a one day workshop exchanging skills, knowledge and expertise to the production of large-scale public commissions Kate will organise and facilitate a successful partnership between artist and client.
Jon Lockhart – BA (Hons) MFA G.T.P www.jonlockhart.com
Jon is a sculptor. He works mainly in mixed media installation, using made and found objects. Alongside completing a Masters in Fine Art at the University of Reading, Jon has worked on a wide selection of residencies and arts projects. In 2013 Jon was awarded a major Arts Council Grant for his project The Boundless Museum. He is currently working towards his PhD. Jon manages projects in which clients want to review and re-evaluate their approach towards how they work. From outreach and Widening Participation to curriculum planning, Jon offers an alternative perspective to help clients to achieve their goals.
ENJOYING : MAKING : PLAYING.
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Dee Park Community Art Project
Working with Catalyst Housing on a long-term community engagement project. Exploring ideas for public artwork, participatory arts adventures and shared creativity.
Larkmead Secondary School – Abingdon. Literary Focus
A project to develop a set of symbols to promote literacy across the whole school. We worked with a stunningly talented team of year 9 students to explore the ideas behind symbols and to develop some images to be used by around the school.
The Museum of Reading – Screen printing workshops
A series of adult workshops exploring methods of photo and stencil screen printing. The workshops accompanied the Museum’s print exhibition.
MAKE A DIFFERENCE.
Addington Special School, Woodley, Reading
Aldryngton Primary School Earley
Arts and Business
Ashmolean Museum Oxford
Bracknell Forest Council
Chalfonts Secondary School Bucks
Essex County Council
Edward Francis Primary School
Harefield Academy Middlesex
Holly Springs Primary School Bracknell
I.C.S.S, North Warwickhsire
Johnrown Publishers Ltd
Liberty of Earley Old Peoples Home
Maiden Erlegh Specialist Arts and Business School Wokingham
Making Space Hampshire
Modern Art Oxford
National Childrens Home, Milton Keynes
Nine Mile Road Primary School Reading
Nottingham City Council
Oxford Community School
Park House Secondary School Newbury
Reading Museum Reading
Reading Borough Council Reading
Ranelagh School H.P.S.S Arts, Business and Maths School, Bracknell
Rochford District Council
South Hill Park Arts Centre
Specialist Schools Trust
St Bernard’s Grammer School Slough
The Forest Secondary School Winnersh
The Tate Gallery
University of Reading
Young Offenders Institute Reading
Westcott Primary School Reading
Whiteknights Primary School Earley