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Added to website: 14 November 2011


Tom Wood, an internationally acclaimed Artist who has work exhibited in public collections all over the world, will be working with us here at Titus Salt School as an Artist–in-Residence for a period of 10 weeks over the next few months. Our plan is that Tom will not only work creatively with our own students, but also with Staff, Parents, Carers, Governors, primary school children, and local community groups. The intended outcome of this project is a large scale piece of art which will be exhibited on an external wall here at school.

We are thrilled with the interest in this exciting community art project. The launch meeting on 2nd November went really well: fuelled by coffee and biscuits and Tom's inspirational images the ideas started to flow. We all came away with a buzz, and a sense that there is a lot of interest and support out there for the project. We are really keen to involve as many people as possible on this project.

1) Add your ideas and suggestions to our blog:

2) If you want to be part of a group who will meet regularly for the duration of the project come to the meeting on 16th November 2011 at 6.30 pm at Titus Salt School
(add your name to the list now, or email Heather at

3) If you would like to take part but cannot commit to a regular group meeting please add your name to the list now or email Heather at to express your interest

4) Dates for your diary: Tom will be ‘in residence’ on 21st, 23rd, 25th, 28th, 30th November and 2nd, 5th, 7th and 9th December. On Mondays: 21st, 28th November and 5th December we anticipate that the community group will meet in the evening. There may be further opportunities for working with Tom on the other dates, although this will be by arrangement.

Heather Graham
Creative Projects Co-ordinator
Titus Salt School



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