Explore a selection of the hundreds of workshops Jane has delivered over the last decade in our Workshop Archive menu. The pilot for her Drawing for Endangered Species (DFES) workshops (above) which she founded in partnership with Born Free in 2014 was delivered to Year 5, St Peter's R.C. Primary, Scarborough in February of that year. This workshop was kindly organised by her friend, Linda Haddington, the school's Teaching Assistant. Jane's first official DFES workshops raising funds for Born Free were delivered to four Year 4, Harton Primary, South Shields in July 2014. Visit 2014 St Peter's Primary page here.
Since then Jane has delivered workshops across the UK and internationally initially for her DFES project which became Where Did All the Animals Go? art and environmental education project in 2019. From the majestic wildlife of the African plains, the magical species of rural Northumberland to the diverse wildlife of California over Santa Ana Mountains to the Pacific Ocean, thousands of drawings of hundreds of species have been created in her on site or virtual workshops.
Our online archive continues to expand with new galleries, workshops and events added in our mission to give the gift of art and wildlife to more children and communities across the globe.