Stacey is an Emotional Support Worker within our Art of Wellbeing team. She draws on her rich experience as an artist and counselling skills within the role to support the wellbeing and emotional resiliance of induviduals and groups.
Elaine is a qualified lecturer in Art and Design and with a Masters Degree in Contemporary Fine Art. She specialises in contemporary painting and is currently working on a collaborative arts/dance programme within Art for Wellbeing.
Beth works as an Artist, within Cartwheel Arts Art for Wellbeing practitioner team, she delivers projects as part of our CRESS programme and our Art for Wellbeing work with Barnardos. Beth specialises in printmaking, graphology and natural arts.
Lisa Risbec is an artist who, after a BA in photography and film making, creating animations and running a photography business, returned to making work by hand. Lisa currently develops bepoke wellbeing resources and delivers training.
Jodie is a Manchester based Artist and Art Psychotherapist, registered with BAAT and the HCPC. She works as part of the Art for Wellbeing team, primarily as an Emotional Support Worker but also draws on her painting skills as lead artist.
Abi is an artist, Support Worker and Art Therapist, registered with both the HCPC and BAAT. She has worked as a lead artist at the Darnhill Festival and continued to work with our Art for Wellbeing team.
Alex is a visual artist working for Cartweel Arts' Art for Wellbeing practitioner team. Her work combines the beautiful natural qualities of fused and cast glass with stone, concrete, wood, photography, paint and steel.
Salma Khalid is a Psychological Therapist and Clinical Supervisor working in private practice and with several organisations including Cartwheel Arts, as an Emotional Support Worker in the Art for Wellbeing team.
Allanah is a project manager and is the director of Workshops for Women. Allanah is working with Cartwheel Arts on the 100 Moments project, launching the social movement #LiveWellMakeArt
Michelle leads our Tell Us Another One Story Groups in Oldham at Fitton Hill Library ( meeting room), on the fourth Tuesday of the month 2pm-4pm, and LGBT writers on the third Thursday of the month, 7-9pm at Middleton Arena.
Shamshad leads the monthly Tell Us Another One Spotland Story Group in Rochdale at Spotland community Centre, 92 – 96 Spotland Road, on the fourth Wednesday of the month, 9.15 – 11.15am.
Anjum Malik is a Tell Us Another One group writer. She leads both our Deeplish and Seedfield Creative Writers group who meet every first Thursday of the month. Deeplish, 11am to 1pm and Seedfield, 2pm to 4pm.
Shirley leads the monthly Tell Us Another One Darnhill Story Group at Darnhill Library, Heywood, on the second Monday of the month, 1pm-3pm.
Reece Williams is a Tell Us Another One creative writing group writer. He leads our Dumer’s Lane Creative Writing group that meats every third Friday of the month at Dumer's Lane Library from 11am to 1pm.