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Art Workshop http://www.chickenwired.com
(Clicks: 1947)
ChickenWired is a unique medium of art that can be brought to the classroom to inspire creativity and imagination from first hand observation and experience, explore materials, tools and techniques and develop design ideas.School visits/ workshops includes a display of sculptures that the students are encouraged to examine and analyse, a talk...
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Art Workshop http://www.architectureworkshops.org
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Hands on Cross Curricular workshops for ALL Key Stages and abilities.We have a series of sculptural based workshops, where using simple materilas pupils create large scale sculptures with 2hrs.Art & Sculpture:In groups students examine and discuss detailed examples of modernist abstract painting, specifically the analysis of the...
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Art Workshop http://www.aboriginalworkshops.com
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Aboriginal Dreamtime workshops:Aboriginal Story-painting; Aboriginal Storytelling & drama; Dot painting; Australian animals; Aboriginal Sculpture. Exciting workshops delivered by experienced artist and storyteller, bringing real aboriginal artifacts into the school.
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Art Workshop http://www.artypots.com/schoolsandgroups
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Arty Pots clay workshops allow children to learn hand building techniques such as pinching, coiling and slab rolling. The clays used are all suitable for firing in our kiln or we can supply high quality air drying clay. Glazing sessions are included for a really professional looking finished result.We can work from any curricular theme or...
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Art Workshop http://www.timdavieseducation.com
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This innovative technique developed by Tim Davies Education transforms pupils artwork into exciting and durable playground installations. Designs are created in the classroom during artist led screen printing workshops. The prints are then translated into large scale lazer cut steel panels to brighten up school grounds.Panels can be mounted...
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