We make that is run by practicing artists and educators Jack Doyle and Caroline Barker.
We Make That are based in Manchester.
Caroline Barker is an artist and educator. She studied Textile Design at Chelsea School of Art and Central St. Martins, London .
She is also a qualified teacher who has taught in both Secondary and Primary Schools.
She has been an Arts Award Advisor for the past 7 years delivering projects for young people in the North West.
Caroline worked as an Education Manager at The Lowry for 8 years where she devised and delivered high profile visual and performing arts events, including festivals, theatre shows and exhibitions.
Her own art practice explores pattern and layering in the broadest sense. She works in different media but her particular interest is in collage, textiles and concrete.
Jack Doyle is an artist and educator. He studied at Chelsea School of Art specialising in architectural and public art projects.
He has lectured and taught art and design at universities and colleges and runs art workshops with schools.
Jack works with a number of art galleries across the North West delivering art and design sessions to children and adults. He has worked with Youth Offending Teams and the Probation Service to deliver large-scale community art schemes.
His own art practice explores working collaboratively. He usually works with concrete but has exhibited drawings, paintings, magazines and constructions.
© We Make That 2016