public art

Traversing Walls in Schools – 7 Tips for their Development, Design & Use

21 July 2016
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The art of words and climbing

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Wishing Rods and Speed Brakers

19 March 2013

Folklore and mythology through beech trees.

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Northumberlandia – From Landform to Landscapes

12 March 2013
Landform Art

Design processes used in art and landform architecture can be useful in developing school grounds.

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After the Storm – A Transient Art Project

26 October 2012
After the storm

Twenty-five years ago this month, storms ripped through the south of England causing massive disruption.

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The Stone Jetty Ramblings

1 September 2012
Public Art

Public works of art are a great idea for free activities for the family.

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A Physically Interactive Sculpture

28 July 2012
Sculpture

One of the reasons we have public works of art is to inspire us.

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A Pebble Mosaic and Random Acts of Discovery

25 July 2012
Pebble Mosaic

Pebble mosaics in public spaces inspire features in school grounds.

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A Fish Trail not a Fishy Tale

21 July 2012
Fishy Trail

The Fish Trail shows just how creative a trail can be, enabling anyone to enjoy science, language, art, people and place.

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