Posted on 22 Mar 2016
Year 5 pupils from Kidmore End Primary School, South Oxfordshire, spent a day working with local artist Nick Garnett on 9 March, creating their own aliens and transforming themselves into monsters.
The interactive outreach project saw schoolchildren create monstrous outfits to wear as part of a role play session where they landed on earth. They then enjoyed a fun photo session showing off their creations.
As well as its lively entertainment schedule, Cornerstone works closely with South Oxfordshire Food & Education Alliance (SOFEA), Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL) and many primary schools around Didcot and South Oxfordshire to provide interactive outreach projects with local artists.
To find out more about our outreach work, email Noelle Schrieber at email@example.com.
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