'Hope, Peace and Remembrance' - Art Workshop to Develop Art Installations for Commemoration of World War I in 2018
This workshop will enable participants to have the opportunity to explore different creative collage and craft techniques. These will be suitable for children of all ages and abilities as well as staff and schools' communities and will be used to make white hanging installations for a county exhibition and/or to a school's own display to acknowledge this historic event.
Part day course for
Teachers and teaching assistants from all phases.
Jayne Stillman - HIAS Inspector/Adviser Visual Arts
Interest in being involved in
a county art project.
Desire to explore creative
ways to make art to commemorate an historic event and to participate in a local
or county opportunity to display work in a public space.
Creative approaches to using
collage and textiles for art installations that consider audience and purpose.
An appreciation of the
historical event of World War 1 and possible cross-curricular links to art and
craft skills and techniques.
Opportunities for combining
and contributing artwork by children and adults to bigger displays in the county
for Summer/Autumn 2018.
An appreciation of 'Hope, Peace and Remembrance'.
Ideas for artwork and World
War 1 in the classroom and school.
A progression of ideas and
skills for all phases and schools.
will learn how to
Explore using collage and craft
to develop ideas for creative projects and county art installations.
Consider displaying artwork
for a collaborative commemorative event.
Be able to understand the
context of the historical event and identify opportunities for different
curriculum subjects to respond.
Offer exciting workshops for a
content and methodology
Practical creative activities.
Time to reflect and plan.
Share current practice.
Plan participation in the
event and consider audience and purpose in school and a wider community
impact on practice
Create artwork to feature in
county exhibitions to commemorate World War 1 remembrance services across the
County and in the local community.
Knowledge and confidence to
use collage, craft and mixed media
approaches and skills.
An appreciation of contextual
ideas about the historical event.
Participate in a wider
commemorative event and submit towards an art installation.
Celebration in county at key
events (dates to be confirmed in 2018).
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