Work No.88. A sheet of A4 paper crumpled into a ball, 1995, by Martin Creed. How can a ball of paper be a sculpture?
A sculpture by Andy Edwards at Stoke City Football Club that celebrates the life of England goalkeeper Gordon Banks.
The JCB World Headquarters in Staffordshire is setting for a sculpture of a Startled Horse. This sculpture is the subject of this film made by local young people?
An extraordinary sculpture by Mark Wallinger on National Trust land at Runnymede celebrating Magna Carta
Two carved wooden panels by Hone Ngatoto at Perth Museum and Art Gallery investigated by young people
This sculpture was controversial when it first installed in Bedford town centre but what do local people think of it now?
Why are there less women artists in public galleries and collections and what can we do to change that? Our group find out by visiting Arts Council Collection to see a work by Jann Haworth.
An iconic Surrealist sculpture by Salvador Dalí and Edward James at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art
A large stainless steel sculpture by Stephen Newby in Gateshead is much discussed by local young people. What is it all about?
A self portrait by Peter Palmer made by casting his own body from Portsmouth Museum causes controversy.
An important sculpture in Manchester of one of the most famous women of the Twentieth century.
A sculpture by F.E.McWilliam is a study of violence but is it political art? Our group find out more.
A sculpture by Henry Moore at Canary Wharf in London is the subject of this film made by young people.
A sculpture by Sean Henry at Radley College, Oxfordshire is the subject of this film made by young people.
A cases of objects and an unusual light fitting are the subject of this short film made by young people from Edinburgh.
One of the most unusual sculptures you will ever see in a very usual street in London is the subject of this short film made by young people.
The largest and most popular public sculpture in Scotland is The Kelpies by sculptor Andy Scott. Industrial heritage or symbol of modern Scotland?
A large steel sculpture outside the Titanic Centre in Belfast is the subject of this short film made by local young people.
Celebrating the work of filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock this highly creative film is made by young people from London.
A sculpture trail in a park area of Worcester is the subject of this short film made by local young people.
A sculpture trail in the North Wales town of Llandudno is the subject of this short film made by local young people.
An abstract sculpture in St Ives by artist Peter Lanyon is the subject of this short film made by local young people.
A sculpture in Sherburn-in-Elmet, Yorkshire of a famous plane is the subject of this film made by a local Primary school.
A beautiful but confusing sculpture by David Nash for our group to investigate. Nash is an important artist who really understands how to use wood.
A sculpture made by artists from Mozambique in The British Museum using guns and ammunition. A short film made by young people from London.
A huge sculpture by Laura Ford included in an exhibition by Arts Council Collection. Cuddly toy or scary nightmare?
A statuette of a Guardsman by famous Victorian sculptor, Sir Joseph Boehm at the National Army Museum is re-discovered.
A sculpture in a stairwell at Ysbyty Gwynedd, Bangor celebrates organ donation and lives lost and saved.
A raku fired animal by Lorna Graves at Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery inspires our group of reviewers
A film about how artists portray Coventry featuring work by Peter Laszlo Peri and George Shaw. Which do you prefer?
A sculpture by Antony Gormley is the subject of this short film made by young people from the North East.
Known as the Sculpture Town, Harlow in Essex has a collection of over eighty sculptures including an important Henry Moore.
A sculpture made for the Chapel in Merton College, Oxford in 2016 is investigated. How successful has it been in fitting in with the ancient college chapel?
Two figurative sculptures from the Ben Uri collection explored. A plaster sculpture by Nina Grey and a papier mache work by Joe Rose.
Sculptor Dora Gordine designed and built her own studio home and ran her business from there but what can we learn about the lives of artists?
The sculptural work of Henri Gaudier-Brzeska and Frank Dobson explored. Both works are from Hull University collection.
A 3D printed sculpture by Oliver Laric In The Usher Gallery, Lincoln stuns our reviewers.
A carved marble sculpture by the famous Victorian neo-classical artist John Gibson investigated.
A small bronze Degas sculpture starts a big debate about realism.
A sculpture by artist Tessa Pullan made entirely from wood sparks a reaction from our reviewers.
A sculpture in the middle of a forest by Andy Goldsworthy starts a debate.
A sculpture by Barnaby Barford about modern eating habits discovered
Should all painting be colourful and bright?
Colourful and detailed or just boring? You decide.
Two young people look closely at a realistic picture of food.
A whole class give their views on a painting of a shipwreck.
Two groups of reviewers try to unravel this picture of a woman in a wedding dress
Rhianon discovers a painting at The Laing Art Gallery
Picturebook by Viviane Schwarz reviewed by KS2 pupils
Group review of sculpture by Yinka Shonibare at YSP.
We took Emma to The Bowes Museum and asked her to choose a painting.
Review of picture book by Debi Gliori about a small rabbit with lots of fears.
Written by Elen Caldecott. A story of troublesome parents.
Review of Andy's exhibition at Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
An unusual first movie with animated china figures.
What you made of this huge installation.
A group of young people review the work of Jaume Plensa.
What you thought of David's sculptures in wood.
A mystery novel by Siobhan Dowd.
The story of a Australian-Muslim teenager.
Written by Carol Anne Duffy and illustrated by Jane Ray.
See what our reviewers thought.
Young people review the show back in school. What did they think?
Play about the space race with just two actors and lots of junk.