Education

Education

Education is at the core of Fresh Air Sculpture Show. Each year we welcome over 800 students from a wide range of primary, secondary, special schools and community groups. These schools and groups experience art and sculpture with guided tours as well as bespoke workshops that are led by our team of exciting and inspiring artists.

Other schools will visit the sculptures with self-led tours that may focus on a key theme with support from our Curator of Education. Children that visit this unique sculpture show get a chance to follow exploratory trails that will teach them about the sculpture and the artists.

What is key is that all children and students get a chance to be fully immersed in art in the environment regardless of their ability or age. If you are interested in organising a visit to the show then please contact education@freshairsculpture.com and we will be in touch with more information.

Welcome to the new resources hub for Fresh Air Sculpture Show. This hub will become active in early 2021. To access the school resources you will need to register and log in. These resources are designed to support and enrich your visit to the show and also offer ideas to teachers and parents who are planning to visit. We are keen to develop this unique experience and build on the inspiration that we often see in young people after their visit.

Grants

Fresh Air Sculpture provides workshops for children of all abilities. This core element of the show is only made possible by the generous donations of individuals and Trusts. Their support funds materials, transport and teaching costs, enabling schools to access quality artwork. If you are interested in supporting our provision, please contact education@freshairsculpture.com.

 

Safeguarding

Quenington Sculpture Trust is a member of SAFEcic http://www.safecic.co.uk

You can read and download our safeguarding policies here: Fresh Air Sculpture Safeguarding Policies