Pupils will explore the exciting seascapes in the Victorian Gallery. These paintings go from quiet beach side paintings to storm ridden seas. What words would be used to describe what they can see. Pupils will act out what it is like to be on the boat and at the beach, using props and fabric, introducing the idea of artists expressing emotion. Working in groups, pupils will go from creating scenes of playing at the beach to going to a wild sea. Pupils then use torn paper to create collage seascapes, some will create fun beach scenes, other a gentle shore line, others choppy seas tossing boats about.
This session is at Salford Museum and Art Gallery
We can accommodate a maximum of 35 pupils for this session.
Half Day Session
Half day sessions run 10am – 12pm or 1-3pm, with the option to extend your visit by staying for lunch or doing teacher-led activities in our galleries.
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Challenge your pupils to design and build a boat that can both carry weight and move.