'What a Relief!' Sculpture Workshop

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'What a Relief!' Sculpture Workshop

'What a Relief!' Sculpture Workshop

Secondary School session for KS3-5.

Studio session. Currently fully booked for 2018-19. Please enquire directly for more information. 

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Duration 4.5 hours (11.00-16.00). Maximum 20 students.

By studying fine examples of sculpture, examining the form, function and techniques used in creating medals and other relief sculptures, students will find inspiration for their own sculptural work. Students will:

  • Learn sculptural techniques, including moulding and casting using alginate and plaster
  • Make a relief sculpture.
  • This workshop involves messy materials. Please bring 1 cardboard shoe box for every 5 students to take the sculptures back to school.

Download Teachers' Notes here.

“The best features of this session were: introducing the students to the work of the Wallace Collection and the technique of casting. Very good interaction with students. It was an excellent experience and students learnt valuable new skills.”
- Teacher

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