Lively art demos

17th March 2000 at 00:00
Time and money are always in short supply, so teachers of the creative arts are having to come up with resourceful solutions. Gerald Haigh reports.

The creative arts zone will be enlivened during the show by demonstrations based on the Channel 4 programme Art Attack given by experts, including presenter Neil Buchanan.

Creativity in Practice workshops will use themes and props from the programme on a stage and shown enlarged on a big screen for an audience of 60.

Publishers Dorling Kindersley will be showing how it ispossible to introduce cross-curricular themes using its books linked to Art Attack, Bemiss Jason will show how to use its Art Attack pack; and Sanford, one of the show's sponsors and a contender for the exporter of the year education resources award, will provide ideas for applying colour to fabric. One lucky school could even win pound;100 of glue from UHU.


Bemiss Jason Int stand U42

Channel 4 Learning stand W33

Dorling Kindersley stand PV80

Sanford UK stand T40

UHU UK stand U41

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