Art in the Open Learning Programme

There are many ways to create 3D work in the classroom. For example, a simple 3D effect can be produced by decorating the inside of a box such as a shoe box with paint or tissue paper. 2D pictures can then be created using thick paper or card. The pictures can then be cut out and attached to string, 'kebab' sticks, or art straws that can then be pushed through holes in the side of the box.

This is a great technique for bringing 2D paintings to life, or for creating scenes from stories.

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