V&A Digital Kids

Digital Kids is a series of workshops, installations and performances for families, young people and children which explore the permanent collections and ever changing exhibitions programme. Created with intergenerational learning in mind the programme aimed to get visitors being creative with technology, building links between contemporary artistic and design practice and those of the past….

Craft Council Digital Ceramics Learning Resource

The resource was used with the Craft Council’s educational partners and engagement programmes, providing young people the opportunity to work with emerging processes in 21st century crafts. The V&A’s Ceramics Galleries are some of the world’s finest collections of international ceramics, displaying ancient Egyptian pottery and Chinese Porcelain alongside cutting edge work by contemporary artists….

V&A Sculpture at Great Ormond Street Hospital

GOSH Arts collaborated with the Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A) to deliver a 3D printing project with young people in Bone Marrow Transplant (BMT) wards at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH), bringing the V&A’s incredible sculpture collection into the hospital. The following is from the article by Caroline Moore on Engage The process of BMT…

Concept to Catwalk

Fashion and technology have always had a mutually beneficial relationship, from the Spinning Jenny of the Georgian era and the textile mills of the Victorian era to the 3D printing and dye colouring techniques of today. Supported by the Mayor of London, Concept to Catwalk was a challenge open to London students at Key Stage 3 and 4….