School Case studies
New Art Exchange works in partnership with a number of organisations locally, nationally and internationally. Some of these partnerships enable us to work more closely with schools, providing workshops in various arts media.
One of these special projects is Get Up Stand Up! – an immersive audio-visual gallery tour on global civil rights (currently showing at The Galleries of Justice Museum, Nottingham). For this project we worked with Radford Primary school over the autumn and spring terms (2014/15), exploring justice, social and moral behaviours and looked at key figures within the history of civil rights movements.
WHAT DO TEACHERS THINK OF NAE?
"The exhibitions are really interesting"
"Inspirational exhibitions and ideas sharing. Your great space can be so beneficial for schools!"
"I enjoyed hearing about the fabulous opportunities for kids, the red/green card activity (good fun!), and being inspired by the art and yourselves. Thank you!"
"The most important thing I will remember are the links between art, communication , drama etc. There are so many opportunities to get involved with."
"I particularly enjoyed the opportunity to speak directly with education/community, arts, directors, and other staff at NAE regarding the programme and how this could fit alongside our educational and creative programme or extra-curriculum"