Christine Hiilditch

Christine Hilditch (BA Hons) is a 3D Artist and experienced Community Artist who graduated in 2005 from Gray's School of Art in Aberdeen and has since exhibited across Scotland as well as in the Netherlands, London and Seattle.

With an eager infatuation at how things are made and an interest in sociology, Christine is constantly trying out new techniques which lead to her artworks being varied from traditional bronze casting to minimal kinetic sculptures. Christine is constantly trying to challenge her own making skills.

Now in her 9th year of being a Community Artist, Christine has worked with over 70 different groups across Scotland with her youngest being 1 year old and her eldest being 96. Groups have included Children's 1st, Deaf Connections, Central Scotland's Downs Syndrome, Dementia groups, homeless groups, recovering addicts, Veterans First, care homes, hospitals wards and schools to name but a few.

Due to the diverse groups Christine works with, she has a wealth of experience devising engaging participatory workshops that can meet the needs of each group, because of this, Christine has been approached by Artlink Central for consultancy work helping to design a product that initiates artistic conversation for those with Dementia. She has also assisted the Care Inspectorate by devising instructions on running art workshops within care homes.

Christine can also run workshops in BSL for those who are hearing impaired.

Now as a new mum, Christine has set up a shop on Etsy called BrawThings where she sells her creations made in her garage following her ethos of upcycle, recycle and reclaim. www.brawthings.etsy.com

Christine has her own PVG and Public Liability Insurance.

Download a copy of my cv here

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