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Strode College Students Become Creative Map Designers

Spaeda have partnered up with Wick Farm and Strode College to deliver a creative project, challenging Strode Art and Design students to become illustrators, designing a map for the creative spaces at Wick Farm. This project encourages the students to start thinking about creative careers and what these might look like.

The project aims to get students out of their comfort zone, challenging them to become creative thinkers while meeting the needs of a client and working to a real life brief.

For the first phase of this project, the students visited Wick Farm and talked with the client to understand the site and gain inspiration to create their own map designs.

Sue Green, Art and Design Lecturer at Strode College says:

“We all had such a wonderful morning and it was so restorative to walk around the gardens…The students were buzzing with excitement on the way home and we talked about all sorts of possibilities moving forward.”

Explore Wick Farm for yourself by booking onto our NEW Training Programme - Breathing Space

We invite you to join us to reconnect with creativity and nature in the beautiful surroundings at Wick. This new training programme from SPAEDA will provide you with breathing space to test new approaches, ideas and techniques that will support the wellbeing of your learners and re-energise you as an arts education leader.

Our inspirational trainers are all practicing artists and experienced educators. They will introduce you to art and design techniques and materials and be on hand to help you develop bespoke creative approaches to support you and your learners.

All sessions take place at Wick Farm near Langport and run from 4-6.30pm.

This training is subsidised to make it affordable for educators at a cost of £25 per session. You can book onto one or all four training sessions here:

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