Tours, Workshops and Events.

I spent a delightful day at Roche Court- the setting and the sculpture are stunning and it was no surprise that the children loved being there. The staff were all friendly and well informed and made the day a pleasure for the children.  The children were encouraged to think about materials, subject matter and they really enjoyed discussing their responses to the sculptures in front of them. By the end of the day they were happily discussing materials, subject matter and their own thoughts.”  School Visitor 2013

 

The Roche Court Educational Trust is a growing educational resource, which is used by schools, colleges, universities, adults and other specialist groups. Our experienced staff work with all visitors to provide guided interactive tours and workshops.

Family Workshop 2013

Family Workshop 2013

Planned events and artist led projects are a key aspect of the educational programme. These are designed to encourage the enjoyment of looking at art and developing discussion, analytical and observational skills.

The Roche Court Educational Trust is based at the New Art Centre a Sculpture Park and Gallery just outside of Salisbury.

Use the tabs at the top of the page to find out more about what we do.

To view the New Art Centre website and the artists who exhibit at Roche Court please see here.

News

Spring and Summer Visits to Roche Court- Book Now

We are currently taking bookings for the spring and summer terms. All our group visits are bespoke to support learning for the visiting groups. Staff are happy to talk through your ideas for the visit, book now to avoid disappointment. To find out more see here.

Careers Seminar Announced November 2014

We are delighted to be hosting a careers seminar this November ‘Visual Thinkers: An introduction to careers in Design and Media. To book your place or to find out more see here.

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ARTiculation Prize 2014 Finalist Speakers with adjudicator, Edmund de Waal

 

ARTiculation Prize

The ARTiculation Prize is a public speaking competition about the arts for school pupils

The ARTiculation Prize is an annual event designed to promote the appreciation and discussion of art. The competition seeks to engage students, regardless of background or experience, with art and to develop their confidence and ability to express their opinions, thoughts and conclusions. Each student is invited to deliver a ten minute presentation to an interested audience about a work of art, artefact or architecture of their choice. Adjudicators are asked to assess each presentation as a whole, looking at content, structure and delivery.

For more information see here.