The remainder of this page was created earlier, and contains Ken's words and links to some of his work.
A founder member of the British Psychodrama Association, I studied with Marcia Karp, Zerka Moreno, Merlyn Pitzeli, and many others of Dr Moreno's original band of students. I gained the Holwell diploma, was the designer, builder and later co-director of the Holwell International Psychodrama Centre. Ken studied sociodrama with Warren Parry in Australia. I was Europe's first qualified sociodramatist and is an assessor for psychodrama and sociodrama students. I am also an external trainer.
I have drawn since I was four, and had my first engraving published when I was eleven. I studied for the National Diploma of design on an ex-service grant, and later won many awards, including the British Council of Industrial Design Prize for his Martin Luther King work. I was designer of Britain's first Trade Union tabloid newspaper and its first editor, doing much to modernise labour movement journalism. I have been cartooning for progressive journals for 64 years. I travel the world, and find that people are more alike than different. I think of myself as an Internationalist, proud of my English heritage. I want to see Britain's subservience to the United States government replaced by true friendship with the American people.
I am available for talks and workshops for your own organisations and community projects.
Other pages this site:
Courses and workshops
Biography of Ken Sprague
This page last updated 6th November 2004
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