KS2 Artists in Schools

Programme

Artists in Schools residencies embed art in the curriculum and assist teachers in providing creative sessions in the classroom and gallery environment. Artists work with pupils to develop their creativity and expression and allow them to explore what it is to be an artist and develop their own artistic skills. In addition, the programme provides professional development opportunities for teachers and can increase pupil’s creativity and self-confidence.

Jim Medway and a pupil working

Characters, Portraits, Stories

Comic artist Jim Medway observes and captures people as unique characters, to create witty portraits and imaginative stories. Jim will bring his techniques into school to help pupils' create profiles and drawings for characters they can develop into stories. Working individually and collaboratively, visual literacy and communication skills will be developed through a series of drawing tasks, games and discussions to share the characters pupils have created.

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Pupils workingPhotography: Portable Darkroom

Harriet Hall is a photographic artist whose process involves questions, experimentation and play. Harriet will help you develop skills in creating images using a portable darkroom, in a session that can be adapted to different themes and topics. Pupils will produce photograms to capture objects and experiment with mixed media techniques to create original artworks.

 

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KS2 workshops

Pupils in Tudors workshop
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Ford Madox Brown's Work

Ford Madox Brown's Work - detail
Ford Madox Brown's painting Work, is brought to life in this exciting interactive aimed at KS2 pupils.