AccessArt

AccessArt
6 West Street
Comberton
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire
CB23 7DS
England

Website

Inspiring and enabling high quality visual arts teaching & learning

www.accessart.org.uk

Networking and inspirational resources for educators, teachers and creative practitioners

www.accessart.org.uk/studioproject

AccessArt Events including conferences, workshops and personal development days

www.accessart.org.uk/events

Inspiring and enabling the creative use of sketchbooks in schools

www.accessart.org.uk/sketchbook

Promoting the use of sketchbooks amongst informal adult learning

www.accessart.org.uk/sketchbookspace

E-mail

Paula Briggs

paula@accessart.org.uk

General Info

info@accessart.org.uk

Feedback

feedback@accessart.org.uk

Telephone

01223 262134

All information is drawn from or provided by the venues themselves and every effort is made to ensure it is correct. Please remember to double check opening hours with the venue concerned before making a special visit.
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Established in 1999 by Paula Briggs and Sheila Ceccarelli, graduates of the Royal College of Art.

Venue Type:

Association or society, Campaign or initiative

Opening hours

Internet-based: Always open

Admission charges

Many resources and projects are free to access, for others there is a small charge.

Resources listed here may include websites, bookable tours and workshops, books, loan boxes and more. You may need to scroll down or click on headers to see them all.

Casting and Construction

http://www.accessart.org.uk/casting_construction/

This workshop will show you how to make sulptures out of clay and plaster. You can discover the processes involved, visit the gallery to see some examples of sculpture already made, and then print off the practical notes, which will remind you how to cast, and where to buy the materials.

Drawing Together

http://www.accessart.org.uk/drawingtogether/index.php

Drawing Together shows you how to devise storyboards, make your drawings, and then provides simple ways to animate your drawings.

Red, Yellow, Blue

http://www.accessart.org.uk/colour/index.php

Red, Yellow, Blue was created to introduce colour and colour mixing to pre-school children, or children with learning difficulties. The resource is highly visual and easily navigable with a mouse, or touch-screen. The resource relies on the child's intuition or instinct to move around the resource — there is no pre-defined learning pathway. The imagery created in the resource was carefully developed to be relevant and suitable for the target age group — pre-school and key stage one.

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