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The Imaginating Pod in Full Swing

As part of Play Wysing days- we also offer participants the ‘Imaginating Pod’- the  ‘art shed’ made of recycled wood that we have done up, re-labelled using one of the children’s invented names and equipped with big blackboard as well … Continue reading

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Delightful Discoveries at Kettle’s Yard

Questioning and detailed looking are themes facilitated during Sunday’s family workshop by two props selected from the props box. The blindfoldmask and questions discs, each with one score, are given to families to explore the exhibition at Kettle’s Yard on … Continue reading

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Messy Messy

Child-led tours, more questions and playing in the field. The second family workshop is completely different to the first. The weather is glorious and the whole of Wysing is transformed into a vast research area for exploring contemporary art. Questions, … Continue reading

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Dice

We’ve used dice at a number of the sessions, both with the classes from Spinney and with the family groups. These dice were used at the first family session. The instructions were to roll the dice, to take a number … Continue reading

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Score no. 10

The instructions for Score no.10 were: The youngest member of the group leads the rest on a 6-minute tour of the gallery. A family interpreted this score in the gallery amongst the Bridget Riley paintings. They wrote this in response: … Continue reading

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Score no. 8

The instructions for Score no. 8 were: Use a pair of duster mittens as slippers. Put them on your feet and shuffle around the gallery for 3 minutes. One family who tried this score wrote the following response: The mittens … Continue reading

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Using The Scores

In the house, Alex is energetic. He is using the card for Score no. 2. Then he sits beside a statue of Bhudda and with a serene expression he makes a gentle noise. His score card said simply ‘hum’. Alex enjoyed … Continue reading

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