A Climate Of Change
Nerissa Cargill Thompson and Originary Arts
St Thomas More RC College
Fri 15 Jan All day
Tue 19 Jan 2:00pm
Mon 01 Feb 11am
Fri 12 Feb All day
Exploring our contribution to plastic pollution and its effect on the environment through a series of drawing experiments. This postponed event will occur during remote learning for year 7 students in our community. Using the the theme "Climate of Change" students will develop their understanding of the human impact of plastic pollution on the environment by: 

*Discussing the work of environmental artists such as Nerissa Cargill Thompson
* Watching Ted Talks about plastic pollution and considering how we can change our actions
*Observational drawing of plastic waste we have in our own homes. 
*Exploring a range of mixed media materials to create natural textures found by waterways using the materials we have at home
*Exploring mark making and collage to create our own pebbles
*Pledging to change our approach to plastic waste to have a more positive impact on the environment
*Share our artworks with our school community. 

There will demonstrations shared on our Vimeo page.  Tasks and events shared via Satchel One and discussions and live lesson will take place via Teams.  Look our for the links in your inbox! 



Suitable for ages: All 6-11 12-16

Organised by St Thomas More RC College

Contact
Ms Kathryn Tindale
t: 01613362743
e: k.tindale@stmcollege.org.uk




St Thomas More RC College
Town Lane
Denton
M34 6AF
0161 336 2743

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