DescriptionTaught by Lydia Needle, Bruton School for Girls students will sculpt tiny, lifesize British Bees in wool, representing just a few of the 260 varieties left in the UK. The bees become artworks as part of a whole school installation in the school’s gallery. To follow up this work, the students will research the habitats and ecosystems, the flora and fauna that rely on bees, to create companion artworks. Our objective is to raise awareness of the diversity of bees in Britain and to spread the story - using art as a medium - as far as possible.
About the venue» Open daily apart from SAT 23 Sept, SUN 24 Sept, SAT 30 Sept, SUN 1 Oct, SAT 7 Oct, SUN 8 Oct
» Open 11am to 6pm
Partial (Access to limited areas of venue, including uneven surfaces such as gravel and narrow access)Parking
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Child / family friendly