Issue 32

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  • Gallery round-up

  • Hands-on in the classroom – There’s no place like home!
    Giles Hughes relates an innovative cross-curricular sculpture project undertaken with Year 6 pupils, who responded to the challenge of creating spaces for the local wildlife in their urban school

  • Seeing art on a giant scale!
    Louise Greenwood shares an innovative art project inspired by a trip to a sculpture park and involving some clever photographic tricks

  • Angry expressionist cat sculptures
    Alexandra Hucks describes how she inspired her Year 5 pupils to get excited about working in 3D

  • Casting sculptures
    Pangolin Editions, a world-famous foundry in Gloucestershire, documents a fascinating process

  • Urban places and open spaces
    Laura Hilton explains how KS1 & 2 pupils participated in a project to build three-dimensional townscapes and cityscapes from collected marks and patterns

  • The Tree of Life: a collaborative sculpture project
    Rachel Williamson shares the magic of a week-long artist-in-residency with Edwina Bridgeman

  • Creating a sculpture park
    Nicky Lambert-Green tells of her first sculpture and describes the first year of a 10 year project

  • Sketchbooks – the (often missing) key
    Paula Briggs from AccessArt explores the use of sketchbooks

  • Working in 3D – Harpies
    Marina John, artist-in-residence at Eglwys Newydd Primary School describes a 3D project

  • Enquire - promoting collaboration between schools and galleries

  • Book reviews

  • Readers reveal all
    Teachers share ideas for projects that they have found to be successful in the classroom

  • Poster 
    Sculpture inspired by nature