Jack the Artist STEAM Video Resources

A photo of Jack Cornell in front of a wall of art

Jack Cornell is an multidisciplinary practising Artist who works predominantly in education, using creativity as platform for developing cross curricular projects and collaborations, often developed around the ethos of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Visit jackcornell.net to find out more and follow @jackcornell90 on social media.

For Essex 2020 Jack has been working closely with electric voice theatre to provide art and animation for Echoes from Essex – Scientifica Minerva. The digital festival celebrates the county’s pioneering women – past and present – and includes podcasts, talks, children’s workshops and a even a virtual choir!

Feeling creative? Miss art classes at school? Jack has a YouTube channel full of fantastic STEAM art tutorials and project ideas. We’ll include a selection below but be sure to visit the channel and click subscribe to stay up to date.

Design the transport system of the future

Design an outdoor learning space for Alexandra Palace and learn about perspective.

Design a mask and learn how to make a virtual 3D model of it using Sculptris software (it’s free). Let your imagination run wild.

Create an architectural habitat sculpture using recycled materials and a house plant

Good news! Jack the Artist has recently received an ACE grant to help produce new video content for the public, so keep checking his channel and social media @jackcornell90 for the latest updates.
Supported by a bursary from a-n The Artists Information Company and Arts Council England.

Jack is a facilitator for CREATE Arts charity and is the Artist in Residence for Torriano Primary School, where he also works closely with the Camden STEAM Hub as a Creative Consultant. His work crosses many disciplines, ranging from interior design, installation art, theatrical set design, video and digital art, sculpture and painting, fashion illustration and exhibition design and curation. jackcornell.net.