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Information on past & future Workshops & Exhibitions

Workshop: Pride Art Workshop

Sat 12th June 2021

Discover your own place in the history of Suffolk’s LGBTQ community, and explore how, even in this time of isolation, you are never alone – through the creation of personal and collaborative artwork. A casual session with guidance from experienced local LGBTQ artist Georgia Goddard.

“Excellently led, really good creative atmosphere. The workshop allowed me to think more about the representation of my identity.”

Attendee of session 1

“I liked the pace of the session, and I learned more about how to blend colours, and how to let go and be creative. The knowledge of the team was impressive.”

Attendee of session 2

“The workshop was very personal and intimate, yet informative, and I was proud to ‘be myself’ at the event.”

Attendee of session 2

Workshop: Portraiture and Wellbeing

Fri 3rd July 2020

A casual portraiture workshop, where I will be sharing techniques for drawing elements of the face, and incorporating some caricature drawing. Draw one another’s faces and connect in new ways to your colleagues, and discover the self-esteem-boosting powers of art!

“Thanks again for today – was really fun!”

Attendee of session 1

Art Exhibition: Georgia Goddard

12 OCT 2016  – 26 OCT 2016 

Local artist, Georgia Goddard, is holding her first art exhibition here in Ipswich, hosted by the charity Emmaus-Ipswich. The launch event will take place on October 1st, and the exhibition will run throughout the month until the 29th of October.

Published by pixieguts

Georgia Goddard is a freelance Illustrator and Graphic Designer, also known by the alias "PixieGuts". Based in Merseyside, UK, she is originally from rural Suffolk and is a self-described country girl - and much of her work reflects her rural background. Her work can be found at

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