Monthly Archives: April 2020

Lesson 1: Trees

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Lesson 1 of the summer term was all about trees. Students (from 6 years old to adults) ¬†looked at the work of a number of contemporary artists who have responded to trees in their work, as well as looking at … Continue reading

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Mystery Challenge 4

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Mystery Challenge 4 was set by Insight teacher Karen Walters, who made a video showing students how to find interesting views abstracted from things around them in the home. Once again, students produced a fantastic range of outcomes, from 6 … Continue reading

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Sarah Adams Virtual Exhibition

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Insight’s Sarah Adams solo exhibition has gone online. It was to be held at Ye Old Mitre, a traditional London pub in the heart of the city, but as with so many events, it didn’t happen due to Coronavirus closures. … Continue reading

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Mystery Challenge 3

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For Mystery Challenge 3, students were encouraged to make quick sketches of people from various sources and then combine them to create an imaginary scene. We sent them a video demonstration and suggested looking at artwork with figures by Joy … Continue reading

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Mystery Challenge 2

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For Mystery Challenge 2, students were asked to bring together some objects that they have on display at home. Objects that are important to them and their family, reminding them of precious moments from the past, then arrange them on … Continue reading

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