Developing creativity, visual literacy, thinking and communication skills through the arts
Collaboration & Partnership
Oriel Davies’ exhibitions and artists’ projects provide a diverse and inspiring resource for supporting learning across the curriculum. Our most successful projects with schools and colleges are developed in partnership with teachers and pupils. We particularly welcome approaches from teachers with an idea they’d like to pursue with us, or who would like to explore how future teaching could benefit from using our exhibitions and artists’ skills to support their schemes of work in new and exciting ways. Such projects could combine exhibition visits, artist-led workshops, outreach activities at school or other sites, and even opportunities to take part in exhibitions at the gallery.
Help with Funding
Arts Council of Wales’ Experiencing the Arts Fund can provide grants to help schools with travel and activity costs and we can advise you in your application.
Find out more www.arts.wales
For self-led group visits, please let us know in advance by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org / 01686 625041.
To arrange a workshop or guided visit with the exhibitions in this issue, or to discuss a future collaboration with us, please email Helen Kozich, Learning Officer (schools & colleges) at email@example.com.
Oriel Davies develops and undertakes outreach projects, workshops and artists residencies in schools.
Further Information and Bookings
Contact Helen Kozich, Learning Officer (schools & colleges) on 01686 625041 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Archive Resources & Information
Learning and Participation Reports
Download the 2015-2016 report here
Visit the blog here
Radical Craft: alternative ways of making
Celebrating the inventiveness and creativity of artists working outside the mainstream, this exhibition provides a wealth of construction techniques, ideas and inspiration for pupils and teachers to use: