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Activities and things to make

Seed beads are uniformly shaped, spheroidal beads ranging in size from under a millimetre to several millimetres. They are most commonly used for loom and off-loom bead weaving. They may be used for simple stringing, or as spacers between other beads in jewellery. In this activity we combine them with metallic wire that can be used instead of a thread. The wire is a great material that can be modelled and shaped as you prefer, to create different interesting design effects. MATERIAL NEEDED: Pebble or other flat object as base. Thin metal wire. Beads (any colour). If you would like to have

Children who visit Falmouth Art Gallery with their families this summer will be offered a free activity pack. Each pack contains: a summer activity sheet, pencil, rainbow pencil, rubber and pencil sharpener. The gallery is open for timed-ticket visits. You can book your ticket here. Families that are unable to visit the gallery can download the activity sheet here. You will need to look at these images of the artworks by Victor Vasarely and Rachel Whiteread. Activity-sheet-July-20-finalDownload

The combination of watercolours and ink in this activity will allow to create a similar effect to stained glass windows. Stained glass gained recognition as a Christian art form sometime in the fourth century as Christians began to build churches. One of the oldest known examples of multiple pieces of coloured glass used in a window were found at St. Paul's Monastery in Jarrow, England, founded in 686 AD. The purpose of stained glass windows in a church was both to enhance the beauty of their setting and to inform the viewer through narrative or symbolism. Why not trying to combine

Watercolours are water-soluble paints, usually semi-translucent.  In modern times, it is made with gum arabic and a pigment. Historically, watercolours are one of the oldest paints. In use from the Paleolithic to modern street painters, it has proved itself a popular medium for its versatility and affordability. It is an easy and very accessible medium to work with, but at the same time can lead to extremely interesting artistic effects and satisfy even the most professional and exigent artists. It doesn’t require great equipment; it Is not messy and can easily be transported to work en plein air. The quality

Hector and the search for happiness’ is a sweet, thought provoking novel written by the French psychiatrist FrancoisLelord. The main character, Hector, is a psychiatrist who suddenly wakes up from the tedium of his extremely routinely life. He feels a fraud for counselling people who never seemed to get any happier and he starts questioning himself about what happiness really is. He decides to embark on a journey around the world in search of the true meaning of it. The book is a little gem with a pleasant and engaging style. It offers food for thoughts and interesting suggestions for

Cross stitch is gaining a renewed popularity among crafters and makers. It is easy, relaxing and very effective. Also, it doesn’t require too many complicated tools or resources, so it’s a relatively cheap craft to try. Cross stitch projects are often sold as kits, but you can also purchase basic supplies and come up with your own project. Kids can easily have a go, but it is a very satisfying activity for adults too. This craft is nothing else than a form of counted thread embroidery that has been around for ages, and it is for sure one of the

Antony Frost Frost, Anthony : Time Enough At Last, signed and dated 1992, mixed media on canvas, 66 x 66 cms.FAMAG 2016.4.17 Anthony Frost lives and works in Cornwall, where he was born in 1951. His 'work is vibrant and wild, full of colour, part painting, part collage. He is inspired by loud, raw, post-punk music and motivated by the desire to create subconsciously and automatically.'Theartroomtopsham.co.uk What you need Inspired by the use of colour in this painting, this activity is to design an image and colour it in. The Design will be free standing. What you will need Thin white Card (you can use any

Sir Terry Frost ‘Orchard Tambourine B’ by Terry Frost. FAMAG 2006.26.29 Sir Terry Frost was a St Ives based artist who was well known for his colourful, bold designs. He took inspiration from the life and landscape around him and created what he saw in strong shapes and lines. Often in his work you get a sense of the movement of the weather or simple boat shapes bobbing on the water. This artwork by Terry Frost is made up of 25 small prints in frames. When placed together they cover a big area. Each piece has a small circle, a big circle and