Scribeasy’s Workshop Fun Palace


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Two workshops where we hope you have creative fun and discover how *extraordinarily * talented you are.

Drop in anytime! Watch the videos with activities for Saturday and Sunday.
Bring your imagination, pens and paper to hand.
Your host is Amanda, (an educator and maker-artist from the Royal College of Art, also a tech founder:).

Primary Contact

Amanda Duncan


Date and Time

Friday 1st October 2021 10:00-10:00
Saturday 2nd October 2021 10:00-13:00


This Fun Palace is taking place online

Herne Hill Road,
Greater London,
United Kingdom,
SE24 0AY


Scribeasy is all about exploring and unlocking your creativity. Amanda is an Educator (she went to the Royal College of Art and is also the founder of the Scribeasy app).

We will be online with videos for two creative activities.

We call them creative sprints.  The aim is for fun and surprise, where you discover how creatively unique you are! 

Each  video has a creative activity to do, a creative sprint! After, we’d love you to text a photo of your work so we can share it with other Fun Palaces! Text: 07717358342 

Picasso Saturday. Watch here to unlock your inner artist: draw a Picasso in 10 minutes!  

Scribeasy Sunday: Discover your inner storyteller. Join us here for a digital writing workshop. We will borrow a few ideas from Ted Hughes to create a short story. 

Using the Scribeasy platform with some added imagination, we will travel far and wide. Where do you fancy going! From our digital pictures (images based on Ted Hughes’ The Iron Man, and environmental themes created by the Natural History Museum), we’ll inspire you to create a story. Sign up to Scribeasy for free here.

We are looking forwards to seeing you!


Friday 1st October 2021

All day!

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Saturday 2nd October 2021

2- 8pm

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Posted 4/10/2020 by amanda Duncan
Setting up at the Carnegie Library
Our Fun Palace 4 years ago!
Posted 3/10/2020 by amanda Duncan

Pen, paper, mirror. Use only one line to draw your face!

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Scribeasy's Saturday
Draw like Picasso
Posted 3/10/2020 by amanda Duncan