If you are an Arts Co-ordinater in school, but have no contact with outside artists or inspiration for lessons - Please get in touch, we can help you.

If you are a teacher who loves art and wants to extend your children's art experience consider organising an arts week through us.

We have experienced: Printmakers, Art historians, Textile designers, Weavers, Sculptors, Puppet/theater and stage designers, Potters, Curators and many others.

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Inset Training dates (£75 per delegate inc lunch & resource pack: Max. 15 delegates)

  • 23rd February '09 - 3D techniques, Primary
  • 9th March '09 - Sculpture Inset, Primary
  • 30th March '09- Sketchbooking, Primary
  • 8th June '09 - Artsmark, art history & classroom management
  • 22nd June '09 - Cross Curricular art
  • Business team building - by request

Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Busy, Busy, Busy!

Wow its been a busy term. Thus the lack of time to report back on Artistic practices!
Loveart has this term been providing an art service at one local primary school. For one afternoon a week the school has run a 'university' for the children: Children are given a range of creative learning opportunities and subscribe to one for 1/2 a term.

Loveart provided a 1/2 term scheme of work for improving artistic skills and art history knowledge for a group of 30 children, ages 5-11, working together. The university which has now run for a term provides the school with professionals delivering key skills and teachers with ppa time.

Topics covered included: Surrealism, Pointillism, Pre-Raphaelites, Collage, Abstraction, Monoprinting and resulted in a large scale display work using all the children's work.

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