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Digital bloom event

Page history last edited by Anna Gruszczynska 10 years ago

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This page pulls together information about the Digital Bloom event in the Winter Gardens in July 2012.

 

The "Digital Bloom" installation celebrating the work of the pupils of schools participating in the "Digital Futures in Teacher Education" project took place in Sheffield Winter Gardens between 9-13 July as part of Sheffield Children's Festival. The centrepiece of the installation was the artwork of children from Mundella Primary School who worked with Richard Johnson from Sheffield Children's Festival to create digital flowers using the Brushes app on iPads, with the work inspired by David Hockney’s digital paintings. 

 

        

 

 

 

Title  Content description  File type  Date added
About the event Screenshot of Sheffield Children's Festival website pdf 2 August 2012
Press release Press release for SHU (after the event) doc 2 August 2012
Report Report from the event including visitor statistics docx 2 August 2012
Blog posts Link to blog posts tagged with "Digital Bloom" webpage 2 August 2012
Possible venues Ideas for venues to host Digital Bloom II event doc 2 August 2012

 

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