What is it?
Visual artists getting to work in schools can be an important income strand – as well as crucial to every child’s education. This practical session will give tips on how to develop your child led approach to making practice for primary schools that links with the PSHE curriculum and strategies for marketing this to schools.
Do you sometimes feel like you’re churning out large numbers of lanterns or in schools with few ideas coming from the children?! Even barking orders from the front of the class?! Rosie Russell will facilitate a session to identify strategies to develop your business offer to schools that includes delivering practical, efficient and effective child-led approaches to technical making workshops with groups, in particular, schools, to support the curriculum guidelines around wellbeing and PHSE.
What you will go away with
Best practice tips on ways to present your offer to schools with suggestions on delivering child-led approaches for technical making that link to the primary curriculum.
About your speaker
Rosie Russell, Social Impact lead has worked in the arts and arts education sector for the last 30 years as a teacher, creative agent and project manager.
Sarah Butterworth is a maker and educator who will evaluate the process and create resource toolkit.
What to Bring
Laptops and iPads welcome but not essential; your own method of recording learning. We will supply resource toolkit as part of post event material.
How to Book
- Spaces are limited, only one place available per business
- If you book and find that you are unable to attend, please cancel your ticket as soon as possible and at least 48 hours prior to the workshop. This allows us to release the booking to others that are on a waiting list
This Culture+ workshop is specifically for artists and creative practitioners based in Dorset. Culture+ is funded by Arts Council England and the European Regional Development Fund. It is providing support for the creative industry strand of the Dorset Growth Hub programme lead by WSX Enterprise.