The mosaic designed for a very large wall in the theatre garden shows various characters associated with the story of the theatre since its opening 200 years ago. Continue reading
It seems a long time since the designs of Harry and Tommy from early years were chosen as the starting point for the new playground mosaic. The promised completion date was today when the school were being visited by Bishop Martin who would unveil the artwork. The design is a map of the village featuring notable trees and a network of paths which become a metaphor for the many paths the children may take in life. Continue reading
Sharing the Grove Primary School, Art of Messaging project as part of Hannah Kemp-Welch’s Hyperlocal Radio exhibition. Project findings curated into Pye suitcases, a nod to a local connection with radio.
A session for GCSE students with Kettles Yard exploring the GCSE theme of Reflection
An invitation to each group to construct a reflective space, each with a slightly different focus, 30 mins to build using the variety of reflective surfaces supplied. Continue reading
A five week project for Open House, Kettles Yard with a group of Year 4 and 5 students in a Cambridge primary School. Helped out by Virtually There Studio and Cambridge Amateur Radio Club.
Past, present and future communication technology, what’s the best way to get our message across, how much do we want people to know? Is a straight to the point message the best or do we want to convey our emotions and mood? Continue reading
A morning printing gathered materials from the hedgerow working with a large group of over 60s, all keen to experiment with the printing process. This was a workshop for Suffolk Artlink’s Make, Do and Friends programme that uses creativity as a way of combatting rural loneliness. Continue reading
A morning with families in Arbury Library sharing ways of greeting a friend and making wearable words with the wonderful badge making machine. Above is the greeting exchange board.
It was interesting how many conversations started, the activity appeared to help non-english speakers get involved in the workshop chat. Also, children, initially reticent to acknowledge their parents language, added the greetings to the exchange board and made their badge with great pride. I wonder how this could be developed further?
A return to words, a day working with all 226 students at Arbury Primary School. Last year Arbury Christmas tree was nominated as one of the saddest in the country so this year Kettles Yard was asked to help out with the decorating process. Continue reading