We made a little creative workstation on our balcony, made lots of crazy drawings and pinned them to the washing line. The exhibition was open to the public (on our floor) for approximately 24 minutes
I live in a big tower-block, and it can be tricky to get to know your neighbours - but there are lots of kids playing in the hallway and I often join in and kick the ball around (they're way better than me). Our immediate neighbour is an energetic six-year-old - Ameen, and he sometimes gets a bit bored over the weekend when his mum has friends over. We share a balcony so I decided to abandon the football and get some creative confidence going :)
We used felt tip pens and paper in different colours and made a little work-station. To help Ameen focus, I set us some tasks - we would collaborate, separate each paper with a line and draw half of a drawing which the other person would complete. It was a bit tricky for Ameen to get his head around at first, but then it clicked and we produced an entire collection of awesome drawings. Whenever we'd finished one, we'd pin it up on the washing line until we had a full exhibition going. Title: "Ameen & Karoline's fun great show with a bit of wind" We invited everyone around to see it - and it was truly a "fun great show with a bit of wind"
Viva creative confidence