This resource has been designed to support teachers to include making activities and discussions into the curriculum, using our upcoming Tatty Devine: Misshapes exhibition as an inspiration! It can enrich your visit to the exhibition or be used to support independent study in the classroom.
The Design Like Tatty Devine Challenge considers the aesthetic qualities of creating your design and the making skills needed to prototype and complete your students’ vision.
The production of this resource has drawn on the expertise of the Crafts Council‘s Exhibition & Collections and Learning teams with personal insights from Rosie Wolfenden and Harriet Vine, founders of Tatty Devine. This work is part of Crafts Council’s ongoing commitment to increase craft and making opportunities into schools – supporting our future makers.
Download the whole pack via this link, or click the image below:
Alternatively, you can use the links to the right of the page to download individual work sheets to use with your students.
We would love to see the work your students develop, from sketchbook to sample!
Share their progress with us via twitter at @CraftsCouncilUK, via our Craft Educators Facebook group, or by good old fashioned email at firstname.lastname@example.org
We’d also love to hear what you think of this resource as an educator - drop us a review on TES here: www.tes.com/member/CraftClub