On this page we will be posting resources to use at home or school for creative learning and inspiration!
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THE MULTI SENSORY ART PROJECT ‘SUPER NATURE’: Digital resources, films, ideas and songs tailored for SEN, PMLD and Early Years Children, all inspired by art works in the Sculpture Park.

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.
  • COFIGHT-19: Brilliant daily arts activities and expert advice for parents, support for pupils and innovative and creative activities for families. 
  • #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. 
  • 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. 
  • HENI Talks – Stories of Art from the world’s leading experts, including Zach Taylor, ARTiculation 2019 winner. Great research tool for KS3 and 4.
  • Show Me is a site full of family-friendly resources, games and homework/homeschooling help provided by museums, galleries and archives.
  • V21 – Gallery 3D walkthroughs and virtual experiences of galleries around the country which have closed doors to the public.