Natural Numbers at The National Wildflower Centre – numeracy designing and developing learning activities and resources

Natural Numbers at The National Wildflower Centre – numeracy designing and developing learning  activities and resources

  The National Wildflower Centre commissioned Making Sense to run a series of development workshops with nursery and reception classes and  children and adults with learning difficulties – Following  evidence that Knowsley school children had some of the lowest attainment levels in Maths in the country The National Wildflower Centre was keen to explore how they could use the Natural Environment at the centre to deliver […]

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Welsh National Opera – Only in Wrexham interactive

Welsh National Opera  – Only in Wrexham interactive

Welsh National Opera and Oriel Wrexham approached Making Sense cic to add an interactive element to their end of project exhibition at Oriel Wrexham

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Meadow

Meadow

Meadow started out as a workshop for schools combining curriculum linked learning – parts of a plant – and recycling/environmental education at The National Wildflower centre. Using plastic bottles and other throw away plastics to create beautiful and anatomically correct flowers. The idea of creating hundreds of flowers and planting up a gallery as a meadow as an artwork/environmental message brought support from Knowsley council […]

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Blood Count, Royal Liverpool Hospital

Blood Count, Royal Liverpool Hospital

Art work for theRoald Dahl haemophia clinic at the Roya in Liverpool. Work made on a residency in the clinic in consultation with staff and patients.

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Puddings

Puddings

A week long multisensory workshop resulting in puddings! Working in collaboration with multisensory artist Naomi Kendrick Puddings was exhibited alongside Banquet in Kirkby gallery and St Georges Hall in 2009

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Touch Pods

Touch Pods

 

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Banquet

Banquet

Managed by Ticky Lowe for Access to Heritage at St George’s Hall Liverpool Banquet is an interactive installation based on a menu for a banquet held in St George’s Hall in 1857. The installation includes an 18 seat dining table, scratch and sniff menus, a tablecloth printed with symbols relating to the food on the menu, tactile artwork representing the decadence of the banquet, wine […]

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