Multi-Sensory Art Project News

Below are several online articles and films featuring recent successes of the project throughout lockdown and afterwards.

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The Project Receives a National Award

In December 2022, the team behind the project was awarded the Marsh Award for Excellence in Visual Arts Engagement.

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Celebrating Ten Years

In celebration of the tenth year of the Multi-Sensory Art Project and the success of owls class' visit to the woods, artist and educator Julieann Worrall-Hood created a film to illustrate the project's aims as well as its growth over the past decade.

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Owls Class Visit the Woods

In June 2022, we wanted to push the project even further by taking a group of young people with profound and multiple learning difficulties to Clanger Woods, an ancient woodland owned by the Woodland Trust.

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The Project's Online Iteration Throughout Lockdown

In 2020, due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, we were unable to engage with children and participants face to face. Rather than abandon ship, we seized the opportunity to share a host of sensory offerings digitally with our partners, families and teachers, online.

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