Thursday, June 15, 2006

14 Materials and sources for School Coursework

Students Use the Ephemeral Arts for CourseworkThe festival and its various resources have been successfully used by students for preparing high quality coursework. Students working on GCSE coursework can use various aspects of the festival for independent research and study. Various thematic treatments can also be offered.Some students may want to download materials from the website. Please see

Monday, June 5, 2006

13 Resources for Teachers and Librarians

Resources now available for sale or loan The Festival of Ephemeral Arts has been presented by using a combination of the following resources:Practical workshops and supported learning experiences, working with senior artists, community arts practitioners and demonstrators with specific cultural backgrounds - one of our artists is a 78 year old Asian woman.Information: Use of the website at

Sunday, June 4, 2006

12. Promoting Cross-Cultural Exchanges

Creating a 'Westernised' Rangoli- inviting new readersThe creation of the Butterfly rangoli ( please see post 2) was based on the use of South Asian techniques and materials. The 'rangoli' on the right was created by Sue Gande by using stones, twigs, coloured saw dust, sand, coloured woodchips and short grass cuttings to create her own abstract design. The top half of the picture shows the detail