This term’s project at Pelham Primary School’s After School Art Club has been to take part in a big participatory art project with AccessArt called the AccessArt Village
See details of this lovely embroidery and sculpture project as it developed by clicking the links below.
Our houses have now been delivered to AccessArt where they will become part of a larger installation and exhibition. To prolong the life of our work we decided to use the houses in a little animation project. They will also receive a little postcard memento of the project at today’s class until the work finds its way back to us!
Veena reminded the children how to use a stop motion app which you can download for free onto a tablet or phone. Its called imotion
You can view some of the animations by clicking the image link to the showreel below – we have had some technical hitches with a couple of the films – but we hope to add them to the showreel shortly!
The AccessArt Village will be touring shortly please see the link below for more details
The nearest exhibition venue to you is Brentwood Gallery in Romford. The AccessArt Village will be there during January 2018. If there is demand perhaps we will plan a trip to see it.
Access Art have been very impressed with our work as you can see from their words below.
Thank you so much for sending me the details of your AccessArt Village posts.
We’re really impressed with the way that you’ve structured the activities and the dedication and all the hard work the children have put into the project. The houses are beautiful, so full of character - and the colour and all the little details and textures are gorgeous! I especially love the props the children made, they really brings the houses alive - so imaginative!
You’ve done a wonderful job making the houses stand up and we’re looking forward very much to receiving them.
Please thank the children and send them our congratulations.
With Very Best Wishes
Andrea and all at AccessArt