Please sir, I want some Morph!: Schools Invited to Join Unique Charity ‘Adventure’
ONE of TV’s best-loved mischief-makers is winging his way into classrooms as part of a project open to schools across the UK.
Animated favourite Morph – who first appeared on screen more than 45 years ago – is the star of a Whizz-Kidz initiative aimed at improving inclusivity and access for disabled people.
The Whizz-Kidz project, Morph’s Epic Art Adventure, culminates next summer with the installation of dozens of eye-catching Morph sculptures on a step-free trail around some of London’s most famous landmarks.
Schools are being invited to design and contribute their own 93cm (three-feet) high Morphs, which will feature on the trail alongside a series of 1.8m (six-feet) models of the cheeky character painted by budding, established and celebrity artists.
The project is spearheaded by Whizz-Kidz, the UK’s leading charity for young wheelchair users, with the support of Aardman and event planners Wild in Art.
Sarah Pugh, chief executive of Whizz-Kidz, said:
“We hope this will be a fun and exciting way for schools not only to inspire artistic creativity but to open up conversations around disability and inclusion. Morph’s Epic Art Adventure will be fully wheelchair-accessible, embodying Whizz-Kidz’ vision of a world where young wheelchair users are enabled to live life to the full, without unnecessary dependence on others or exclusion from the activities that millions take for granted.”
For all enquiries please email the Morph’s Epic Art Adventure Team at email@example.com.
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