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Bioderma and Institut Esthederm Virtual Event 16-19 July 2020 – guest post

Guest post by Jessica

Sister brands Bioderma and Institut Esthederm are holding their 2nd ‘Embrace Your Skin’ event, with this being the first year Institut Esthederm will be participating!  It will take place across the 16th – 19th July 2020 across a variety of Zoom sessions, with an inspiring line-up of workshops taking place with 3 experts, Aesthetics Dr Sophie Shotter, MUA Becca Wordingham and Skin Expert Alicia Falero, sharing professional advice alongside self-love and positivity. This professional expertise will allow participants to have a better understanding of the skin’s biological mechanisms and its dysfunctions thus becoming aware that skin imperfections are part of our unique beauty. Collectively, Bioderma and Institut Esthederm chose four real women to be the face of this year’s Embrace Your Skin campaign, to highlight how anyone can be included in this movement, and bring together people from all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds in order to promote skin positivity. 

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The Natural Gift using essential oils in your home – guest post

Guest post by Elgan Larsen

Using essential in your home is a great way of fragrancing your home with natural aromas. The use of essential oils can completely change the feel and the atmosphere, people that use essential oils often feel more relaxed. Using these oils is a great alternative to household chemicals. People that often practice yoga or meditation will use these oils to help them be more focused and be more relaxed.

Essential oil is an extract from a plant. It is believed that using essential oils has many health benefits. The use of lavender is supposed to help get rid of headaches. People have been using these oils for thousands of years for its aromas and health benefits. It is only in recent years the use of essential oils has gained back popularity.

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Emergency Exit Arts presents: Guerrilla Arts – Changing spaces with public art

Emergency Exit Arts and Wembley Park collaborate this summer to bring guests the opportunity to make a giant scale public art work. This Summer, be the maker.

Guerrilla Arts

This Summer, join our Guerrilla Army of public artists to make your mark on Wembley Park as part of the Summer of Play.  Learn to make your own festival flag with internationally renowned carnival artist Helen Davenport or get creative on a giant scale and carve your own wooden bench or totem pole led by acclaimed wood carving specialist Stephen Stockbridge.

Guerrilla Arts Outdoor Workshop

All items made during the workshops will be displayed across Wembley Park in September 2018 as part of a large scale public art project. Get to grips with familiar hand tools and learn simple but beautiful techniques to use again and again. Workshops are powered by Emergency Exit Arts, a charity with over ten years experience in the craft sector.


Guerrilla Arts

Flag workshops

Led by Helen Davenport the workshop will be multi-skilled freelance artist Helen Davenport, Helen has over 35 years experience in costumery and the arts, with 18 years dedicated to the carnival sector as a designer and producer of large-scale costumes featuring the integration of unique artwork within the design. She is continuously involved in the community-sharing skills with workshops for all ages, cultures & abilities.

Flag workshop: 04/08/2018  15:00-17:00

Flag workshop: 26/08/2018 14:00-17:00

Flag workshop: 27/08/2018 14:00-17:00

Guerrilla Arts Wood carving

Wood carving workshops 

The wood carving workshops will be led by Stephen Stockbridge an artist, sculptor maker and collaborator whose practice spans over 20 years. Stephen is also the director of Creative Nature artist collective.

Wood Carving: 10/08/2018  19:00-21:00

Wood Carving: 11/08/2018 15:00-17:00

To book and for further information

To book go to http://wembleypark.com/make/

Address: Wembley Park, Market Square, Exhibition HA9 0AA

Wembley Park

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