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Sculpture in the City school engagement

Student's draw the City skyline

Students draw London's landmarks

The City of London public realm offers exciting possibilities to inhabit, animate and engage. The schools and community outreach education programme invites local schools to explore the public realm spaces which Sculpture in the City inhabits through a series of dynamic workshops. This extensive educational programme is a significant element to the overall project.

 

Students build sculpture viewing structures

​Student's build sculpture viewing structures

The schools participating in the 2017 edition of Sculpture in the City are:

  • Christ Church Primary School, Tower Hamlets
  • City of London Academy, Southwark
  • City of London Academy, Islington
  • Green Spring Academy, Tower Hamlets
  • Moreland Primary School, Islington
  • Mount Carmel Secondary School for Girls, Islington
  • Sir John Cass's Foundation & Redcoat School, Tower Hamlets
  • Sir John Cass's Foundation Primary School, City of London
  • Swanlea School, Tower Hamlets
Student's meet artist Richard Wentworth

​Students draws City skyline

The schools workshops are led by the Open-City education team​ with the generous support of volunteers from sponsor companies and local architecture practices. Workshops take place on-site and in some of the most exciting buildings and businesses in the City, including the Gherkin, the Cheesegrater.

Sculpture in the City and Open-City wish to thank all project sponsors, participating galleries and volunteers who help to make the school workshops a success.

Published:
17 June 2013
Last Modified:
31 May 2017

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