Teachers and students - there are lots of ways to experience the Season 2018 through our free Education Programme.
SCAPE Public Art would like to invite all teachers and students to get involved in the
SCAPE Public Art Season 2018 Our Braided Future 6 October - 17 November
We are offering a free Education Programme based around SCAPE's permanent and temporary artworks for the Season, situated in the central city. 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 suit their group. Options include (but are not limited to):
Unique opportunity to work with local Māori artist Piri Cowie 15-19 October. Students will create their own contemporary adornment, based on the theme of Mauri Moana.
Conduct Cumulus activities
Enjoy a short guided tour plus a follow-up activity, or take a self-directed or guided tour of the permanent and temporary artworks.
Explore the work Mixed Feelings by internationally renowned artist Tony Cragg, and take part in an art activity, experimenting with sculptural forms.
For all education enquiries please email email@example.com or phone 03 365 7994