Great work on Egyptian art from our Learning Team
I was recently contacted by a teacher from Tameside College’s Aspirations Department (I love that there is such a department exists!) who teaches a group of young people with learning disabilities (aged 16-20) on an Entry level 2 study programme. They have been studying a BTEC unit titled Exploring Art, where they had to plan and produce a piece of art within 15 weeks.
“In order to get some ideas and inspiration we visited Manchester Museum and as a result of that the learners chose Ancient Egypt as their theme. After viewing what the Museum had on display the students came up with some marvellous ideas. Each learner made a mood board displaying their idea and the tools and equipment they planned on using to create their piece of art work and finally creating their own piece: the results were fantastic.”
Their teacher was really pleased to be able to share these images of the process…
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