Kate Raggett's Mandala at RGS Worcester

19th October 2017

A Meadow Arts Inspires project with RGS

In September artist Kate Raggett visited RGS (Royal Grammar School) Worcester for a Meadow Arts Inspires project that created a huge outdoor Mandala pattern in the school grounds. These patterns are used in used in Hinduism and Buddhism to represent the universe. Pupils contributed to the temporary artwork throughout the day and University of Worcester student, Ferenc Nagy, made a time-lapse film of the event, which you can see below.

Thanks to all of the staff and students for their hard work and to Kate Raggett for coming up with an inspiring project. This was the final project for our Engagement Officer, Merie Eglesfield, who has moved on to a teaching post. We wish her the very best of luck in her new role and look forward to working with her class for a new Meadow Arts Inspires project soon, involving 11 young people with learning difficulties aged 19-25, who will be working towards their Arts Award Discover certificates.

A Meadow Arts Inspires project with RGS