Antony Gormley art workshop
Antony Gormley is one of the best known and most popular British sculptors. His new three pieces of Gormley’s ‘The Place to Be’, artwork, which was originally bought by the Peterborough Development Corporation in 1984, will be placed on top of three buildings overlooking Cathedral Square should the plans be approved. To tie in with the unveiling of the sculptures, 1,000 children - including some at our school, are creating ceramic pieces which will be showcased as a large installation in the city centre.
We created terracotta clay artefacts such as arrowheads, sickles and bowls. We had a fantastic time creating ceramic pieces from clay; we hope you will go along to the exhibition in April and spot some fantastic pieces created by us!