Some commonly-asked questions
If you’re question isn’t answered, simply get in touch.
- I don’t get it, how does it work?
- I’m not creative will I be able to do it?
- Isn’t it childish?
- Is it the same as a vision board?
- Isn’t it a bit expensive for an “arty farty” activity?
- Is it Art Therapy?
- When’s your next workshop?
- Can I have a 1-1 collage session at my home?
- It looks like something I could do myself. What difference do you make?
- Where do you get all your magazines from?
I don’t get it, how does it work?
I’m not creative will I be able to do it?
The simple answer is yes. Creativity is often associated with the ‘Arts’, meaning we have a culture where you’re either considered a creative type or not.
However, because creativity is actually a way of thinking it can manifest in many different ways including how you dress, teach your children or deliver a presentation etc.
Where the creative idea does involve a product, a degree of skills and techniques are necessary to physically create it. As it doesn’t matter what your collage looks like, no specialist skills or techniques are needed. If you can cut, tear and glue you’ll be fine. It’s all about the process and we’ll guide you through that.
Isn’t it childish?
Is it the same as a vision board?
Isn’t it a bit expensive for an “arty farty” activity
Is it Art Therapy?
When’s your next workshop?
Can I have a 1-1 collage session at my home?
It looks like something I could do myself. What difference do you make?
Where do you get all your magazines from?
We get asked this a lot. If you’d like to try creating a collage yourself you can download our FREE guide on where to source free and cheap magazines in the UK.
Creativity Involves breaking out of established patterns in order to look at things in a different way.
— EDWARD DE BONO