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Malcolm weaves his magic

Regular readers of this blog will be familiar with Malcolm the Weaver, the colourful character from the Weaver of a Life in Colour children’s book. Written by SDC member Malcolm Campbell and published by the SDC, the book introduces children to the world of colour and textiles.

SDC recently ran a colouring competition for children entitled ‘Children’s Cool Colouring Challenge’, based on the characters from the original book, and we were overwhelmed by the standard of entries.

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What colour are you? A focus on Blue

Blue is a good colour to wear in the power dressing game. It creates respect for the wearer and gives them authority, but without intimidating colleagues and clients, thereby allowing the wearer to successfully put forward new ideas or elicit information.

Unlike black, the other colour of authority in business, blue does not detract from what the wearer is communicating. Blue also occupies a unique position as the working uniform of all sectors of society, from the smart city business suite to the ubiquitous blue denim jeans.

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The Fabric of Bradford

I’m Claire Wellesley-Smith, Project Co-Ordinator at Hive, a community arts charity based in Shipley. I’ve been invited to write this blog post to share the story of a recent project that worked closely with SDC’s Colour Experience. Hive is an organisation that has worked for over 30 years to promote and deliver creative activities to communities across Bradford. It has a unique non-traditional learning environment with access to all areas of visual arts and crafts and provides opportunities for personal development through courses and projects.

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