Student Visit Russel Kirk’s Workshop
On Monday 6th November, Year 9 Art students visited artist Russell Kirk’s puppetry workshop in Chester.
Students explored the history of Chester’s parades dating back to the 14th century and gained an understanding of how the puppets move in order to start designing their own. Fifteen students will now begin to make their own puppets which will feature in the Chester Winter Watch Parade, a free event, taking place on Thursday 14th December in Chester town centre at 7.00 p.m.
Miss Laura Herald, Art Teacher, commented, “Students were in awe of the workshop, interacting with these master crafted puppets. What a fantastic opportunity for our students at The Marches School to get involved in the Chester Parade, to make their own puppets and then be a part of the action.”
For more information about the event, please visit – http://www.midsummerwatch.co.uk/winter-watch-parade/.
Posted by marchesadmin on 9th November 2017, under Uncategorized
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