- Date: available at any time
- Venue: Barbara Hepworth Museum & Sculpture Garden and Tate St Ives
- Audience: Key stages 3+
- Price: £6 per head
- Maximum size of group: 20 students
About the workshop
A two-hour artist-led session beginning at the Barbara Hepworth Museum & Sculpture Garden and continuing in the Courtyard at Tate St Ives to develop making activities.
Working with an artist-educator in the museum and garden, students will consider both making and meaning and place Hepworth’s work in a local and international context as well as consider her impact on contemporary practice.
Through drawing activities in-situ, and simple model-making activities in the courtyard, the session aims to create a deeper understanding of sculptural practice with the potential for students to develop ideas further in the classroom.
Price includes drawing book, pencil and modelling materials.
Book a sculptural practice workshop
If you would like to take part in the workshop, please let us know when you book your visit to Tate St Ives.