Resources


On this page we will be posting resources to use at home or school for creative learning and inspiration!
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Creative resources elsewhere on the web:

We have been connecting with our colleagues across the sector and will share creative resources which you may find useful when homeschooling, teaching online, or simply for fun! Here is a list of some of the resources and activities we have come across so far:

  • ‘Art is Where the Home is’ – wonderful artist activity packs you can download for free from Firstsite, Colchester, including activities by Antony Gormley, Gillian Wearing, Grayson Perry and many more. They have just released pack number 2! https://firstsite.uk/art-is-where-the-home-is/
  • COFIGHT-19: Brilliant daily arts activities and expert advice for parents, support for pupils and innovative and creative activities for families. https://www.cofight19.com 
  • #AlbersForKids – posting a new exercise every week in April 2020 based on ‘Interaction of Color’ by Josef Albers. Simple tasks that encourage children to really look and to experiment with colour. www.albersforkids.org 
  • Swat up on your art history by watching The ARTiculation Prize England 2020 Grand Final presentations by young people aged 16-19 on a variety of artworks, artefacts and architecture. https://vimeo.com/showcase/6912254 
  • HENI Talks – Stories of Art from the world’s leading experts, including Zach Taylor, ARTiculation 2019 winner. Great research tool for KS3 and 4. https://henitalks.com
  • Show Me is a site full of family-friendly resources, games and homework/homeschooling help provided by museums, galleries and archives. http://www.show.me.uk/
  • V21 – Gallery 3D walkthroughs and virtual experiences of galleries around the country which have closed doors to the public.
    https://v21artspace.com/