Workshops in Notan, Wire Sculpture or Book-making

This is a FREE opportunity for member schools

Host an artist for the day and inspire your students through learning new, hands-on skills through half-day workshops in one of these unusual techniques

Target Group: Recommended for upper KS2 (years 4-6) or KS3 (but can be scalable and adaptable depending on class age and ability)

Denise Poote is a freelance professional visual artist experienced at working in education settings and the wider community; and a Fine Art practitioner. She is currently a visiting tutor at Arts University Bournemouth. Denise’s work is usually generated site specifically, responding to the history and context of a project. Read more about her and see examples of her work here: www.denisepoote.com

What’s included?

  • A full day of input for each participating school, with workshops in either notan, wire sculpture or book-making.
  • Up to 3 workshops in that day (80 minutes minimum needed per workshop: this can be in the form of 2 adjacent 40 minute lessons).
  • Each student creates a piece of art through learning a new technique.
  • All materials provided
  • Workshops can be adapted to fit in with other curriculum topics

When is it available?

June and July – Mondays (TBC, contact us to let us know the days that suit you)

Sessions are limited and are offered on a first come, first serve basis. Contact Rachel on Rachel.sene@bournemouth.gov.uk to register your interest