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Togetherness – The BIG summer art project from Miss Ibukun

Togetherness – The BIG summer art project


I think we can all agree that the past year has been a tough one. We still haven’t seen some of our loved ones who are still shielding. We have decided that every year there will be a summer art competition. This year’s theme will be based on togetherness; as a community we have worked hard to unite against Covid.

Your art work can represent this in any way you want, either a family portrait, or a picture of someone you miss, hands in a pattern, parts of nature that represent togetherness like a tree or choose to show togetherness in an abstract way with lines and shapes. Feel free to be inspired by the pictures included or do your own research before deciding.

I am looking to see a range of art work: statues, a series of photographs, paintings, models, collages, clay models, etc. Use a range of different materials:

  • Watercolours
  • Recycled products
  • Coloured paper
  • Paints
  • Oil pastels
  • Acrylic paints
  • Tissue paper

Be as creative as you can, the bigger the better! This is a family project, so you can all get involved. All pieces of art work are due in on the Thursday 1st July. We are hoping to hold an art exhibition at the end of the year, dates to be confirmed, following the easing of restrictions to show your wonderful creations. First Prize – An acrylic paints art set

Second prize – Watercolours

Third prize – Charcoal pencils