Ice Age, Dinosaurs, Bones and Stones
Explore the world of Ice Age East Anglia. From overgrown forests and dangerous plains to chilly tundra, from hippopotami to woolly mammoths, this area of the country has seen great changes in its landscape and wildlife over the last 500,000 years. Handle Paleolithic tools and Ice Age fossils and learn how to represent them using different methods. Examine fossils beneath the microscope and make detailed studies to take home. An unusual and exciting masterclass aimed to develop awareness of, and artistic responses to, the ancestral origins of our natural world.
Start date: 10:00am, 4th Mar, 2017
End date: 2:30pm, 4th Mar, 2017
Location: Bury St Edmunds, East Anglia
Masterclass year groups: 1, 2
Masterclass leader: Stephanie Hartick
Bio: Stephanie Hartick is a Chartered member of the Landscape Institute and has led and supervised many projects concerning environmental planning and the creation of new landscapes in New Zealand, Central America, Germany and the UK. Stephanie has over 6 years experience in gifted education and in creating workshops dedicated to developing lateral thinking about the environment. She believes that by making education fun and stretching thinking across conventional borders a child’s thinking can be improved in all areas. Stephanie is also a passionate and often messy artist so wear your old clothes to her workshops!
Venue: West Suffolk College
Address: Out Risbygate, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP33 3RL