Here are some details about some of the bespoke packages we have created working with organisations.
The Sensory Classroom
We created a unique installation for the Autism Show this year in London, Birmingham and Manchester in June. Our Sensory Classroom was very popular and offered the public an opportunity to experience what it might be like to have a SPD in a classroom environment.
The Club - sensory workshop
We ran an evening workshop at a youth club in north London for 20 young people with learning difficulties.
We had loads of fun exploring our senses, learning how we like/dislike things as well as experiencing things in ways that other people might through our experiential installations.
Sensorial Object workshop in Cardiff
Becky was invited by Dr Natasha Mayo from Cardiff Met University to come and run a workshop for second year drawing students.
On the 9th Feb we installed our 'Sensory Sense' exhibition within the university to tie in with the workshop Becky was holding the following day.
At the end of the workshop I asked the students to create responses to our experiential installations to educate others how they made them feel.
Photos will be online shortly.
Disability Rocks Festival July
We set up and ran a sensory/chill out area at 2 of Disability Rocks' 4 summer festivals.
We provided many varieties of sensory play, and made an environment accessible and inviting to all.
Dubai Autism Center workshop
In May I visited Dubai Autism Center. While there I visited the classrooms as well providing a sensory workshop for their therapists.
Autism's Got Talent 2014
I was very lucky to be at this years Autism's Got Talent in London.
The talent in the show was amazing, it consisted of dancers, musicians, singers, actors as well as a powerpoint presentation about the Human Anatomy!
I was invited by Austin (annakennedyonline) to take Lola's World and promote Sensory Spectacle.
Sensory Sense exhibition 2014
2nd - 28th April
Frame gallery, Southwark, London, SE1 0UH
An exhibition opening on autism awareness day 2014, showing Becky Lyddon's most recent work 'Sensory Sense'. Lyddon's work creates environments for the public to experience what it may be like to have a sensory processing difficulty.
Throughout the month her work will be accompanied by visiting artists who are on the autistic spectrum.
On Wednesday 9th April 2-3.30pm
Come and learn more about our senses and learn how to make