Course overview

During this two day workshop you will work as part of a team to build a sculpture with the theme ‘Safe Passage’. The build will take place at the Tamar Bridge Visitor and Learning Centre, where the sculpture will later go on public display. You will also have the opportunity to join us for a celebration event later on in the autumn, when the finished artwork will be unveiled.

Course description

This course offers the opportunity to work together as a team to build a real life collaborative community art project, working to a brief with the theme ‘safe passage’.

The sculpture will be based on designs created by past WEA students and will be constructed using recycled materials. The resulting art piece will be unveiled at a final launch event and will go on public display at The Tamar Bridge Visitor and Learning Centre.

What financial support is available?

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