Sculptural Kaleidoscopes: Art Social No.5
- Henry Moore Institute
- Wednesday, 23 March 2022
- Teachers CPD event, 5 - 6:30pm. Experiment with sculpture, light, video and found materials to create sensory installations.
Experiment with sculpture, light, video and found materials to create sensory installations.
Inspired by the qualities of the glass sculptures showcased in our current exhibition, A State of Matter: Modern and Contemporary Glass Sculpture, you’ll work with Leeds Arts University student Caroline Orrell who is exploring ‘cultural kaleidoscopes’ through her final year project, and the Henry Moore Institute’s Engagement Curator and artist Alison Smith, maker of immersive light installations. We’ll use a darkened room filled with torches and projectors, make miniature mirrored sculptures and play with found materials which reflect and distort light.
Through this fun, informal session we’ll focus on process, research and development and collaboration to create playful experiments that can be easily recreated in the classroom, enabling pupils of all key stages to explore and create immersive, multi-sensory installations.
|Book a free ticket via Eventbrite|
About the exhibition
A State of Matter: Modern and Contemporary Glass Sculpture explores glass through its three different states of matter: solid, liquid and gas. Work from 1965 to the present day will be on display by 16 artists including Claire Falkenstein, Mona Hatoum, Luke Jerram, Joseph Kosuth and Hew Locke.
The exhibition opens on 18 February and runs until 5 June. Please get in touch via Alison.firstname.lastname@example.org to organise a free guided visit for your pupils.
Henry Moore Institute
T: 0113 246 7467
Galleries: Tuesday to Sunday, 10am - 5pm
Research Library: Monday to Saturday, 10am - 5pm; Sunday, 1 - 5pm
Archive of Sculptors' Papers: Tuesday to Friday, by prior appointment