A Case Study from the Isle of Wight Music Hub Pupils explore creating music with iPads This term the Isle of Wight Music Hub were delighted to work with St Saviours Catholic Primary School in Totland on a very special music project composing music for The Great Light and Dark Show one of four art… Continue reading St Saviour’s Primary School & the Isle of Wight Music Hub create ‘space’ for music…
Were you at Hullabaloo in Sandown on the weekend of 11th and 12th May? Hullabaloo is the annual arts, environment and science discovery event led by Shademakers, Artecology and others near Browns Golf Course and Dinosaur Isle Museum. If you were there, you might have seen Sue Bailey from But that's another Story in the… Continue reading Hullabaloo 2019
When we started to plan the art commissions, it was important to identify individuals or organisations that would be interesting for the artists to meet and talk to during their Research and Development on the Island. I don't know about you but I find Twitter a wonderful source of people who have stories to tell...… Continue reading Sacred Isle’s Vlog with Dmitri Galitzine
Since the Project's first art commission was complete in August 2018, during the Ventnor Fringe Festival, school children have had the opportunity to respond creatively to the Ventnor Giant mural. The children's work was temporarily stuck on the wall under the mural. Having trained as an Arts Award advisor through Lift the Lid, teacher Clare… Continue reading Phlegm’s Ventnor Giant inspires Island children
A few years ago, the Arts Council (ACE) launched the Cultural Education Challenge which was a "call for the art, culture and education sectors to work together in offering a consistent and high quality art and cultural education for all children and young people." In order to deliver this, ACE created Bridge organisations, such as… Continue reading So what is the CEP anyway?