Food & Drink 

Pop Art and food combine to make a tasty project full of bright colours, exciting sculpture and over-sized food! 

The challenge in this project is making the food sculptures look as realistic as possible whilst using very basic materials. This means there's lots of creative thinking, problem solving and satisfaction when the young people see the results.

This project works best over a number of well spaced out days. Young people will need to spend a decent amount of time thinking about their sculpture before they make it and as such, some independent learning is recommended to run alongside any timetabled sessions.

Perhaps you need to brighten up your canteen, cafe or tuck room? Maybe you want a new way to study one of the most popular art movements?

Whatever the reason, don't delay get in touch on sarah@sarahjanemason.com!

Examples images come from a Y10 BTEC class.


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