The House of Fairy Tales - The Time Traveller's Ironbridge Quest

A specially commissioned project at Ironbridge Gorge Museums in 2015

Our Shifting Worlds

Pupils of Coalbrookdale & Ironbridge CE Primary School visit the Shifting Worlds exhibition with artist Megan Clark-Bagnall

The Talking Wall

Pupils of William Brookes School took part in a project about Clare Woods' artwork, Brick Field

Susie MacMurray - Blur

A commissioned artwork with Hereford College of Arts for the Family Arts Festival 2016

Schools

Meadow Arts will work with your school to create bespoke arts projects to excite and educate children, young people and teachers.

We work with all Key Stage levels and with all abilities, including children and young people with learning difficulties. We are an Arts Award Centre, able to undertake Arts Award as part of our projects. We regularly work with Artsmark schools and have helped schools achieve their Artsmark goals and applications.

Each project will have the following stages:

Stage One – Consultation – to look at how Meadow Arts can work with your pupils and teachers. This will take the form of a meeting between our Education and Engagement Officer, Steve Wilson and yourselves. This would usually include a teacher responsible for Art.

Stage Two – Research – We will work with you to find the most suitable Artist/Creative Practitioner for your school.

Stage Three – Visit - The Artist/Creative Practitioner visits the school with our Education Officer to look at how the work will take place and look at the logistics of the project. We would also encourage your school to visit a gallery and/or exhibition to see Contemporary Art first hand.

Stage Four – Engage – The Artist/Creative Practitioner works with your pupils and teachers and will be 'resident' at the school (that means being part of the school days). Projects can be as long or short as you like but we suggest the artist is resident for at least 3 days, which can be consecutive days or over a longer period of time.

Stage Five – Evaluate – The Artist/Creative Practitioner will evaluate the project and its successes. This will include any Arts Awards that have been agreed at the beginning of the work.

  

 

Artsmark

Artsmark is the creative quality standard for schools, accredited by Arts Council England, bringing learning to life through arts and culture.

 

Arts Award

A nationally recognised qualification in the arts for children and young people. Meadow Arts is an Arts Award Centre.