Making Sea Sculptures at Culford School, Suffolk

Artists Andrea Butler and Sheila Ceccarelli inspire year three pupils to invent their own sculptural sea creatures using simple wrapping and binding techniques with scrap store materials.

By Sheila Ceccarelli and Andrea Butler

Culford School invited us to facilitate a workshop for two classes of Year Three pupils, based on a sea theme.  The school wanted the session to act as an ice-breaker to introduce the children to each other and took place in the school hall where all of the forty-five pupils could work together.  We planned a drawing activity followed by a making session, to inspire the children to invent their own sculptural sea creatures using simple wrapping and binding techniques.

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