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Technology + Art Sessions: FACT Liverpool

FACT is the UK’s leading organisation for the support and exhibition of art and film that embraces new technology and explores digital culture. We believe in enriching lives and shaping the future through film, art and creative technology.

Our young people’s learning programme focuses on understanding how knowledge is created and shared by using technology and new online platforms. We will be working with three artists during 2021/2022 B.O.S.S. (Turner prize nominee, Biennial 2021), Ebun Sodipo (filmmaker) and Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley (designer, video game creator).

Our mission is to support our region’s schools by giving the students the access to high quality art and unique ways of using technology. To do so, we adapt to your school’s needs – do you need one, two or even five online sessions for your students? Do you need us to bring our laptops and turn the classroom into a workshop? Are you looking for the perfect day out that includes workshops, tours and talks?  We’ve got you covered.

Drop an email to learning@fact.co.uk to book a date and receive more information about the themes we are exploring with our sessions.

Looking forward to meeting you all!

Carlos Marfil – Learning Facilitator

Picture: Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley: Unarchived Adventures

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Organisation:

FACT

Contact name:

Carlos Marfil

Contact email:

Phone:

07749076583

Type of offer:

Digital/online activity or resource Trip out of school Visit into school CPD/training/creative opportunity for teachers Young people’s opportunity to make, create, compose, or perform Young people’s opportunity to visit, experience and participate in art or culture Young people’s opportunity to review art and culture

Key Stages:

2–5

Cost:

FREE

Session length:

1 hour

Capacity:

25

Nature of activity or art form:

Exhibition Festival / event Film / digital art Hands on Literature & reading Museums Music Tour Visual art ASD/other SEN-friendly Safeguarding in place for vulnerable young people e.g. Looked After Children Creative Writing

Subject or curriculum focus:

Art & design Citizenship English History Music SMSC Science

Outcomes for children & young people:

Improved mental health and well-being Raised aspirations Raised attainment Social skills Learning about equality and diversity Future work: careers/employability skills Future study: access to university, FE or HE Global/international learning

Venue accessibility:

Lift access
Wheelchair access
Closed captions
Information in large print
Assistance dogs welcome