Using art to teach Remembrance and conflict: The Crusader by Gerry Judah

By Rachel Hayward | 10 November 2010
Close up photo of The Crusader sculpture by Gerry Judah showing a seven metre white cross with what look like bombed buildings attached to it.
Gerry Judah, THE CRUSADER, at Imperial War Museum North. Photo David Barbour.© David Barbour
This sculpture called The Crusader by artist Gerry Judah is at the Imperial War Museum North until November 6, 2011. It's a perfect way in to teaching about conflict and Remembrance.

Teaching resources and ideas
Click on the link to our safe kids’ site Show Me for a pupil-friendly version about the sculpture, Remembrance: The Crusader.

There is more detail on the work for you, including amazing photos, on our main Culture24 website.

A date for your diary
We recommend the special Meet the Artist: Gerry Judah event at the Imperial War Museum North on Sunday April 3, 2011.

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