Artscapers

The North West Cambridge education programme, ArtScapers, is a resource for creative practitioners interested in exploring change alongside children. In this area you can explore the key principles that have informed our work and use them in your own community.

Use the drop down menu tabs to explore the ArtScapers work so far, find out about the programme, how you can be an ArtScaper or join in with the programme.

Roll over the map to explore the five core values that define our approach to art in education.

Scroll down to the bottom for research links where you will find key documents that describe ArtScapers, evaluation reports and research as well as related links.

Check out the impact section for blog posts about ArtScapers activities from the Cambridge Curiosity and Imagination website.

ArtScapers invite you to join in. We would be interested to see your work in our gallery.

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Artscapers

The North West Cambridge education programme, ArtScapers, is a resource for creative practitioners interested in exploring change alongside children. In this area you can explore the key principles that have informed our work and use them in your own community.

Use the drop down menu tabs to explore the ArtScapers work so far, find out about the programme, how you can be an ArtScaper or join in with the programme.

Roll over the map to explore the five core values that define our approach to art in education.

Scroll down to the bottom for research links where you will find key documents that describe ArtScapers, evaluation reports and research as well as related links.

Check out the impact section for blog posts about ArtScapers activities from the Cambridge Curiosity and Imagination website.

ArtScapers invite you to join in. We would be interested to see your work in our gallery.

Gallery Latest

Research

Time: a film by Susanne Jasilek

 

ArtScapers workshops explore the conceptual ideas of contemporary artists to open-up new ways of thinking and doing. This film is about artist Ruth Ewan's investigations into the concept of time and the workshop activities that responded to the theme. The workshops, led by artist Susanne Jasilek, develop relations between artists' practices and children's creativity. The film shows how children, teachers and teaching assistants respond to the concept of time during the workshops and through follow up conversations. We are extremely grateful to children and staff at Mayfield Primary School in Cambridge for their enthusiasm and willingness to explore familiar concepts in unusual ways.

 

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