Teachers and students - there are lots of ways to experience the Season 2017 through our free Education Programme.
We are offering a free Education Programme based around the SCAPE Public Art permanent artworks, and the temporary artworks for the 2017 Season titled Time in Space (territories and flow), situated in central Christchurch. There are a number of options available for group bookings, and we are happy to talk to anyone interested if they would like to tailor the activities to more effectively work with their group. Options include (but are not limited) to:
Create cyanotype prints in response to Julia Morison's work Tree Houses for Swamp Dwellers.
Cyanotype printing is created through a photographic print process using light sensitive paper exposed with sunlight – it is where the term “blueprint” came from.
INTERNATIONAL ART Activity
Enjoy a short guided tour plus a follow-up activity, or take a self-directed or guided tour of the permanent and temporary artworks.
having a whale of a time!
Think creatively! Use texture, pattern, paint or collage. Use anything you like to put colour into your work. Inspired by Charlotte Bobichon’s Having a whale of a time!
Create a collage based on the concept design ideas behind Peter Atkins work Under Construction - Chaos and Order.
Take part in an activity based on Antony Gormley's permanent artworks STAY, located at Ōtākaro Avon River and the Christchurch Arts Centre.
For all education enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 03 365 7994