Artist Run Workshops in Schools

Workshop Category: Multimedia

Mask making, Puppetry, Collage, Mosaics, Found objects, Environmental art, Kite making.

Anne Schwegmann-Fielding

Anne Schwegmann-Fielding

Various workshops with a strong emphasis on
recycling and reusing materials.
Mosaic: Panels,seating and sculptures using mirror, crockery, tiles and buttons
Shoe sculptures: Transforming actual shoes or plimsoles by adorning them with various recycled materials
Boxes: Create your own shrine using old shoeboxes, jewellery boxes etc. The ordinary turns extraordinary

Chila Burman

Chila Burman

Life size collages using global cultural icons/decoration pattern and symbols, shapes from around the world. Silkscreen printing using basic hand made stencils onto the textiles.
Glass Painting directly onto glass – drinking or various vessels.
Workshop 4 aims to explore and celebrate living traditions of Asian Medicine

Sarah Sabin

Sarah Sabin

Multimedia, in two and three dimensions for all ages from early years to sixth form:
Sense of place/ Location based project useing collage, printing techniques. Collage projects, using papers, paint, simple printmaking, photography, moulding, casting and assemblage.

Brenda Burgess

Brenda Burgess

After graduation Brenda took up the post of Artists and Sculpture in Residence at the museum of Kent Life. Here she provided hundreds of visiting schools with sculpture workshops.

Charlie Nicholson

Charlie Nicholson

Lightbox Workshop – Each group selects the colours for its lightbox using blackout paint, students create a picture that is then mounted in front of coloured lights. The box is then switched on to reveal a coloured picture.
(Up to 15 children at any one time)
Lightshow talk – Focuses on light & colour with working examples of natural & hand-made materials including an explanation of how they work and how they can be used in art.
(Up to 50 children 1 adult per 10 children).

Jonathan Polkest

Jonathan Polkest

Mask Making – A safe & quick method of casting a face using brown paper swatches. These are then used as armatures for the masks. The masks when finished can represent any theme, historical, anthropological or zoological etc

Site Specific or environmental art – A selection of sites is allocated to each student group they survey their sites with a check list and a set of tasks. The ideas are then represented by a variety of media and materials and can be performed

Simon Woolham

Simon Woolham

Creative Language Skills: Drawing, Film making & Story telling.

Sarah Doyle

Sarah Doyle

Collage – Transforming into different characters
Murals stimulated by popular culture using pop music and accompanying images and discussion with the pupils on their idols and their own identity

Juliana Stoney

Juliana Stoney

Textiles: Tufted rug making using a simple technique – Fabric Collages –
Fabric People – Pupils can create a wool figure using plaiting techniques, then dress them.
Glass Panels: Pupils can try fusing and slumping techniques.
Glass Mosaics: Using scraps and recycled glass.
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