Making Circles

The online Making Circles display has launched on the National Museum of Scotland’s website. Visit here to find out more about designing for a Circular Economy and hear from children across Scotland about their experiences of lockdown and how this could help us Build Back Better towards a fairer, more circular society. 

We believe that education is key to growing the Circular Economy, so Ostrero has developed Making Circles, a creative learning project that takes professional craftspeople into schools across Scotland to deliver hands-on Circular Economy Design workshops. Making Circles is a half-day workshop suitable for groups of up to 33 pupils from P4-S3, in which learners design and create objects on Circular Economy principles for a Zero Waste Classroom.

Making Circles has been created in collaboration with teachers and offers a creative learning opportunity that ties in with the heart of the Curriculum for Excellence. We are currently developing online workshops suitable for social distancing. Places are limited – please book by contacting us at info@ostrero.com. 

 

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Project Partners: Artemis Charitable Foundation;  Craft Scotland; Edinburgh Trades Fund; Arts & Creative Learning, Communities & Families at City of Edinburgh Council; Circular Edinburgh.

Venue Partner: The National Museum of Scotland.

Image Credits : James Robertson 


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