Art Online is a new platform filled with activities, resources, quizzes and learning for everyone. Our three new interactive pages explore artworks in Durham University’s Art Collection, including explanations of different Printing Techniques; How to Read Art; and Art Club activities that can be used in school or at home.
How to Read Art?: For Secondary Students
Helen Schell Activities
Helen Schell is a local artist who has produced creative STEAM activities you can do at home inspired by space exploration and the planet Mars.
Pushing paper: contemporary drawing from 1970 to now
Activities deigned to help your creative thoughts exploring our online British Museum touring exhibition illustrating how artists experiment with the power of paper to express their ideas pushing the medium in new directions.
Image: Jo Stanness, Apollo Pavillion, 2018/19, Collection of Durham University, Courtesy of the artist
Summer in the City (SITC)
Durham’s art, music and theatre festival, is going digital. A collaboration between Durham University and Durham County Council, this new online platform will present a programme of cultural and creative events throughout June for everyone to enjoy from home.
Join the Summer in the City festival Art Club!
Download these free arts activities inspired by all things art! Send your finished artworks to email@example.com along with your name, and we will display your work in our community art gallery.
Find out more here: https://sitcfestival.org/community-art-club-2/