*Fancy getting creative over the half-term holidays… then look no further and take part in this ‘See What I See’ art competition.*
Use your experiences and knowledge of the world as a launch pad to re-imagine the future….
At a time when we all find ourselves separated suddenly from the outside world, our own neighbourhoods and our communities, this competition offers you a creative outlet to set their imagination free.
At this extraordinary time, our desire to engage with our environment has become stronger than ever. This competition is an opportunity to rethink our surroundings that we often take for granted, our streets and the buildings around us, and re-imagine bold, new solutions that inspire new ways of living together.
Using creativity and imagination we want you to focus on developing imaginative responses to how our built environment can be transformed and improved.
• What do you miss most about your built environment at this time
• How might it be redesigned to bring people together?
• What place or building will you return to first, simply to be in or look at?
• What building or streetscape do we remember most vividly and how can you enhance it?
• What is missing from our built environment and what could be different or better?
All details can be found on the above flyer and further information including how to enter and submit entries can be found via the link.
*As well as submitting your work to the competition above, send your artwork into your class teacher via your ClassDojo page so I can start a collection of your experiences during these unusual times. These will then displayed on the Ann Edwards website and there will be a chance to win prizes in your Key Stages!*
The deadline for the See What I See art competition is Saturday 30th May – but keep sending in your art work to me after this!
As Art Subject leader I love anything arty! I can't wait to see your entries. Let’s get creative!
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