IEP sculpture project

This term the IEP students will have the opportunity to work with a visiting Chiang Mai artist Khun Thammakit Thamboon or K. Otto. During his residency at Prem over the next month the IEP students will create sculptures. The work started this this week with the students finding out about K. Otto and his work and beginning the process of brainstorming their ideas and working together in small groups to develop ideas for making their own creatures. Watch this space for updates!

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