A BIGGER PICTURE
The Art Shed Gallery, Lauriston School, London, UK
Collaborating with three curators and a school full of children we worked to create a gallery and arts studio in an inner city London school. Through exhibiting the work of artists alongside a studio in which the artists supported the children to produce their own work for exhibition, the project aimed to foster children's abilities to identify and make meaning through the inter-related processes of looking, comprehending and making.
Generously supported by Lauriston School PTA, Christie's Education
Drawings of eyes, exhibited as part of year 4 children's exhibition 'The Sea/e Room' in the Art Shed Gallery
Installing 'Our Community' in the Art Shed Gallery
William Martin discussing 'Sketch for Community'
Installing portraits as part of the exhibition 'Our Community'
The artist Phil Dodson helping year 4 children create work for their exhibition in the Art Shed Gallery
View of Dobson's exhibition 'Animal, Vegetable, Mineral' in the Art Shed Gallery. Year 4 children had placed their work on the floor to draw inspiration from Dobson's paintings
Parents, family and friends were invited to exhibition openings. The gallery was also open Saturday mornings for the general public. The gallery was also advertised by the Whitechapel Gallery's First Thursday
View of installation 'The Sea/e Room' exhibited in the Art Shed Gallery.
A shark's head hung on a blue wall, part of 'The Sea/e Room' installation exhibited in the Art Shed Gallery