By Susie Olczak
The aim of these two sessions was to offer teenagers exposure to skills that would be useful in a real life creative working environment. The tasks mimicked a professional working studio.
I introduced the session by showing examples of existing architecture and pavilions such as those created for the Serpentine Gallery in Hyde park each summer for inspiration. I kept the introduction as brief as possible in order to keep the pace fast and exciting and so the students had freedom to explore without me dictating what they should do.
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