Cross collaborative artwork takes shape in the gallery
After weeks of hard work, by all three schools in the multi academy trust, The first BSJT cross collaborative art exhibition has been put on display in the Bushey Meads Gallery....
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After weeks of hard work, by all three schools in the multi academy trust, The first BSJT cross collaborative art exhibition has been put on display in the Bushey Meads Gallery. Over the past two weeks it has been attended by students, teachers and parents.
The project by students from Bushey Meads and St James Trust was planned by teachers collaborating from schools across the trust to establish good group work and embed an appreciation of how art work has a purpose in our environment and society. This project allowed students to have an understanding of the part they play in making, curating and exhibiting work in a gallery and the power it can have on an audience.
A small group of students from Bushey Meads School designed and created the patchwork hanging in their textiles extra curricular club. They looked at the artist Freidensreich Hundertwasser and Paul Klee for inspiration of colours and abstract building designs and colours.
On Friday 7th June after school we had several young visitors from Hartsbourne come and see their work displayed in The Gallery, with their parents.