Jo Buffery

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Jo Buffery

Locality: Cambridge, United Kingdom
Summary: Independent Arts and Crafts Professional
Education:  Dartington College of Arts Theatre (1981-1985) 

Industry: Arts and Crafts
Interests: consulting offers, new ventures, expertise requests, getting back in touch

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Jo Buffery Arts and Learning - Projects

Project Gallery. Jo Buffery's work with school groups often takes a theme and explores it through Art and Dance. The Project Gallery shows a sample of recent ...

Jo Buffery Arts and Learning - References

Experience and References. What Jo Buffery says about her work: The two threads that run through my professional life are the Arts and Learning.

AccessArt Sketchbooks in Schools

A detailed Evaluation Plan was drawn up and agreed between Jo Buffery, AccessArt and the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation. This is attached as APPENDIX i - Evaluation Plan Importantly ...

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... issue of Animated Kate Gant and Mark Webster explained how health targets and documentation can boost the case for arts work. Here free-lance arts consultant Jo Buffery ...

Foundation for Community Dance - Animated

Free-lance arts consultant Jo Buffery shares her tips for dance projects in health settings read more Issue: Spring 2010 Date Posted: 09 Apr 2010

Hoardings Mural Education Project | Warwick Arts Centre

The children are working on site with their teachers, and visual artist Jo Buffery to bring the BAM hoardings to life. The project is funded by The University of Warwick and is being ...

The Grasshopper’s Green Herbarian Band

Jo Buffery, who teaches creative arts at the Red Balloon, explained the idea behind the project: "The Garden offers our students the right amount of freedom and security to ...

Warwick Arts Centre Helps Coventry Primary Schools Build Recipe ...

Artist Jo Buffery will lead the work and, together with teachers, will take inspiration from Professor Peter Abrahams, Professor of Clinical Anatomy at The University of Warwick ...