News: Schools

Gudrun reflects on her first week of In a New Light project

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Kate Temple highlights some of the excellent visual art resources and workshops currently available online for children, young people and families during this extended period of lockdown.

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As life continues in lockdown for many of us and for some taking the first tentative steps out of restrictions, we thought it might be a great time to share some new digital adventures with you from around the world.

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Brian Hartley's third blog about his Immerse residency with St Ninian's R.C. Primary School, talking about weeks 6, 7 and 8.

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Shane O’Reilly (Gender Lab, January 2017 as part of PUSH) talks about the impact Covid-19 on physical interaction and intimacy.

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Kate Temple's third blog about her Immerse residency with St David's RC Primary School, talking about finishing unexpectedly and the film made as a result.

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Kate Temple's second blog about her Immerse residency with St David's RC Primary School, talking about weeks 5 and 6.

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Brian Hartley's second blog about his Immerse residency with St Ninian's R.C. Primary School, talking about weeks 4 and 5

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Jim Manganello's second blog about his Immerse residency with Forthview Primary School

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Brian Hartley's first blog about his Immerse residency with St Ninian's R.C. Primary School, talking about weeks 1 - 3

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Jim Manganello's first blog about his Immerse residency with Forthview Primary School

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Katy Wilson's first blog about her Immerse residency with Brunstane Primary School, talking about weeks 1 and 2.

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Kate Temple's first blog about her Immerse residency with St David's RC Primary School, talking about weeks 1 - 4.

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Hannah Venet's second blog about her Immerse residency with Canal View Primary School talking about weeks 4 - 6 including the P6 boat trips on the canal.

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Birds of Paradise recently did an Imaginate residency with Pilrig Park School at the end of 2019, here Artistic Director Robert Gale talks about the experience and what they learned.

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