The links between art and literature are profound and expansive and there is no doubt that historically and culturally they have lived side by side since the dawn of civilization and breathe life into each other.
As well as an avenue to explore text and meaning through illustrative practice, Art can be used as part of the creative process to aid in the building and inventing of stories. Literature can be used to invoke responses and as a springboard for making art and inventing new means of manipulating the material world.
We have selected a range of literacy resources from our collection, that compliment the Artsmark framework and provide opportunities for extended project work, collaboration and ownership.
Go back to our Artsmark resource page here.
AccessArt is an Artsmark Partner Organisation
Artsmark places creativity at the heart of education.
“Artsmark enables schools and education settings to celebrate and advocate for the value of cultural education, and gives schools and education settings a clear framework to plan, develop and evaluate arts and cultural provision. It provides evidence for Ofsted on how you meet its spiritual, moral, social and cultural requirements, supporting the wellbeing of pupils.” – Norfolk and Norwich Festival Bridge.
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