SCAPE Public Art would like to invite all teachers and students to get involved in the
SCAPE Public Art Season 2019 5 October - 16 November
Extended Education Season 2019 until 6 December
SCAPE's popular free Education Programme is back for 2019 and – with demand already high – we encourage you to book now to avoid disappointment.
Join us at our dedicated SCAPE activity space at Tūranga. This year's classes are based around SCAPE's permanent and temporary artworks for this Season. This Season 2019 theme is Rock : Paper : Scissors.
Tūranga will also display a selection of design concepts from our Re:ACTIVATE Aspiring Artists competition.
Check out the exciting options below or we can tailor group activities to suit. Options include (but are not limited to):
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 artwork Made in China by internationally renowned artist Sui Jianguo
and participate in a photography and mixed media activity.
SCAPE is delighted to be able to offer schools an opportunity to link this activity with Canterbury Museum so that following the art activity in the morning, school groups can then select to take part in the Museum component connected with this in the afternoon.
This is a unique chance to experience the Chinese section of the Asian Arts Gallery with a Museum Educator, to explore the links between this collection and how they relate to the context of the artwork, further enriching the students’ learning experience
A unique opportunity to work with local artist Audrey Baldwin 14–18 October. Students will create their own adornment bracelet, based on the theme of Touchstones. The session will also contribute to a community participation project which incorporates dance and an installation at Christchurch Arts Centre.
Conduct Cumulus activities
Take part in an art activity based on Conduct Cumulus by Seung Yul Oh, modelling in 3 dimensions, or painting.
Bubble Painting Activity
Check out how to make a cool bubble painting, connected to the artwork Conduct Cumulus by Seung Yul Oh in this instructional video!
VAKA ‘A HINA Activity
During the Season, take part in an activity based on Christchurch's newest permanent artwork VAKA ‘A HINA by artist Sēmisi Fetokai Potauaine. Students will learn about the mythology that inspired this artwork and creatively respond to it through making art.
Explore the work of Antony Gormley STAY and take part in an art activity on site based on the artwork
Check out this cool video of the Loop activity based on the artwork by Judy Millar Call me Snake.
For all education enquiries please email email@example.com or phone 03 365 7994