To celebrate the exhibition 'Germany: Memories of a Nation', we’re getting together with the British Museum to host a German Folktale themed event. We are looking for proposals for workshops and interactive activities that are inspired by these familiar and beguiling stories.
Get your creative juices flowing! You need to think about how you can engage our guests at the British Museum with interesting interactive workshops and activities based on folktale/fairytale themes.
Woodland and forestry plays a massive part in folklore, manifesting as both a dark and mysterious danger zone, but also an environment of solitude and concealment.
Using the simple action of intensifying the lighting at the center of this light sculpture, a room is transformed as oversized shadows are thrown onto walls and ceilings. The intricate shadows created by the light show engulfs the room and transforms the walls into unruly shadows of branches, bushes and gnarled trees.
This Birch Tree Forest Installation was created for the Krasl Art Center’s ArtLab exhibition space, and is made entirely from cut paper. The premise is basic, and yet the intricate cuts of her work create great visual effects.
Sanctuary: Woodland and the art journal
The Art Journal offers artist a medium by which the can express themselves through personal visual imagery. Here is just one take by which art bloggers have reflected on their views of woodland. Mixing painting and collage techniques, the artist has created a page on the sanctuary of the woodland.Comments