Last Wednesday afternoon we visted Berkeley Infants for their annual Roadshow; a welcome evening to introduce new children and families to their school and partnership agencies.
20-21 Visual Arts Centre held an interactive stall, encouraging parents and children to get involved in making peg baskets, an activity in a workshop that coincides with the current Anne Thalheim exhibition in the Chancel Gallery.
Anne's work uses household and industrial objects to create some fantastic structures and she kindly gave the gallery some fabulous materials to play with, in order to create similar sculptures. During our time at Berkeley Infants' Roadshow, we were playing around with symmetry, patterns and repetition, to get our stall visitors to see what things we get up to at 20-21's Education workshops.
Below are some vibrant images of the 2 minute plastic creations made by some of our visitors:
For more information on the Anne Thalheim workshop, or to make a booking, please contact 20-21's Education Officer on: firstname.lastname@example.org or 01724 297074 or visit our website for up-to-date information.