Art in Education delivers exciting 2D and 3D projects with Key Stage 3 and 4 students – both within schools and in gallery settings - showcasing student’s artwork at high profile galleries and events, working alongside local authorities to implement community engagement programmes, and delivering competitions which provide a platform for young people to shine.



Making and learning specifically about sculpture at Secondary level provides a great number of opportunities for student’s, not only expanding their artistic and cultural knowledge and language, but by it’s very nature, can unlock a young persons potential and provide routes to self-discovery and personal fulfilment. 

Life skills such as problem solving, risk taking, time management, independent decision making and critical thinking are just some of the additional learning outcomes of sculpture workshops. The sheer physicality of making sculpture is also core to its worth as a learning avenue for young people. They naturally have abundant energy, which when channelled constructively via practical and experiential projects, can reap phenomenal results. 

"You did such a great job with the kids! It was a real pleasure working with you and I would love to do it again in the future." Duna Carbonell - Head of Art, Greig City Academy

Please contact Julie Beech to find out more about previous projects or to discuss and develop a new one.