Brixington children work with artist and more news
Brixington Primary School pupils teamed up with a local artist when learning about colour and patterns from around the world. Read this and more.
ART WORLD: Brixington Primary School pupils teamed up with a local artist when learning about colour and patterns from around the world.
The foundation unit youngsters took their inspiration from China, Greece, South America, India, Australia and Africa to design and paint panels with artist James Lake.
A spokeswoman for Brixington Primary School said: “The children enjoyed the challenge of using stencils and selecting colours, and the experience of working with an artist.
“They now have a lasting piece of work to remind them of their experience.”
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Entry to the event, at 13 Drakes Avenue, will be �1 to include refreshments.
There will be a number of stalls, including cakes, Christmas gifts, bric-a-brac and books.
Moreton Residential Home’s activities co-ordinator, Dawn Laver, said the proceeds from the event would benefit the residents’ amenity fund.
She said: “Our coffee mornings are always special dates in our calendar, a date when friends old and new come together socially to support us in the work which we do.”