A classroom at the beach


Bertram Primary School students had a close look at Benjamin Storch’s work |Undulation during a visit to Sculpture by the Sea.
Bertram Primary School students had a close look at Benjamin Storch’s work |Undulation during a visit to Sculpture by the Sea.

The Alcoa-sponsored program provides school students with the opportunity to attend hands-on sculpture workshops during which they can explore the exhibition, talk first-hand with artists and create their own masterpieces.

Sculpture by the Sea Foundation director David Handley said more than 2500 students and their teachers would participate in the Schools Education Program this year.

Alcoa of Australia managing director Michael Parker said the company was proud of its 12-year partnership to enhance education and community access to one of the most popular and exciting art events on the WA calendar.