Sculpture Challenges & Learning Resources from Dora House
1 Jun 2020, 10 a.m. - 31 Dec 2021, 6 p.m.
Sculpture challenges & learning resources from the Royal Society of Sculptors at Dora House.
The Royal Society has brought together different learning resources & sculpture videos to help connect to art at home. These include activity worksheets for clay modelling, table top paper sculptures and experimental drawing. Each is designed to get your create juices flowing and aid learning from home.
Access the worksheets and challenge videos here to inspire your artwork and learning.
Dora House was originally built by William Blake (1757-1827) in 1820 as a pair of early Georgian semi-detached villas. In 1919 the house was taken on by the sculptor Cecil Thomas (1885 – 1976) who worked here and lived in it as his family home with wife Dora and son Anthony. He set up the Dora Charitable Trust, named after his wife who died in 1967, to protect the long-term future of the house and to fulfill the family's generous intention to make the houseand studio available to the Royal Society of British Sculptors, as it was then called, as it had had no permanent headquarters since its foundation in 1905. The Society has called Dora House home ever since.