YY2 and 7Y3 have produced these beautiful mixed media prints inspired by Adinkra symbols and based on aspects of their identities.
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Now in its fifth year, the Black Swan Arts Young Open has become the most successful and prestigious art competition for young people between the ages of 8 and 19 years old in the South West, attracting hundreds of entries from individuals, schools and youth groups.
St Laurence School has entered a great selection of work from our talented students; ranging from photography, drawing, painting, print, collage, film, to 3D and installation. The selections will be made by the judges next week, with the winners notified in March. If work is selected, it will be exhibited to the public at Black Swan Arts gallery in Frome. Good luck to all our students!
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7X1, 7X2, 7Y1 and 7Y4 have been looking at Adinkra symbols as part of Term 3’s focus on identity and creativity. Adinkra symbols orginate from West Africa and are often formed as stamps which are then printed on cloth to be worn. The symbols carry meaning, whether that be related to an indvidual’s personality or manner, or regarding wisdom or ancient proverbs.
Our students were tasked with creating their own Adinkra symbol which sums up their own personality and/or identity.
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Year 8 students travelled to the Lake District in October 2017 for a week long residential trip. Since then, they have been producing some beautiful work in Art based on their experiences and the surroundings they explored. 8LG4 have created these wonderful stitched landscapes as a response to the stunning views they encountered.
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