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Making a Festival Feast from Modroc

This resource was created by Paula Briggs and Sheila Ceccarelli from AccessArt, as part of the Festival of Making 2012

Everyone has a favourite food, and there’s no better inspiration to make a communal sculpture than sweets, cakes, party food and ice cream! AccessArt shares a great way to introduce children to a wide range of materials and techniques, and to nurture creativity.

Making a sculptural feast allows each child to make his or her own sculpture which contributes to a lavish meal. We recommend starting with a simple demonstration of how to use modroc, having a great variety of other materials ready for them to use to construct their food sculptures, and then letting the children free to invent and discover!

Festival Feast
Festival Feast

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