Sculpture Workshops (1-Day)
Workshops at Primary Schools (and secondary schools)
I can also offer schools the opportunity for pupils to make their own individual sculpture (or small group sculptures) which aims to encourages and develop pupils 3D making skills. Within a workshop, participants would have the opportunity to make a sculpture using newspaper, cardboard, tape and recycled materials. The sculpture would then be covered with modelling plaster bandage (Mod Roc) to create a hard surface to be painted in school with teachers when dry. Pupils would be shown examples of my own sculpture work to inspire them. This is a fantastic workshop for pupils to learn 3D creative making skills which they will be able to use during their time at school and beyond.
Workshops are often based on a curriculum topics such as the Ancient Egyptians, African Masks, Anglo-Saxons, Romans, Animals, Fish, Space, Eco worrier themes, human body. This 1-day workshop is ideal for two classes of approximately thirty children – a class in the morning and a different class in the afternoon (or approximately a 2 hour block at secondary school).