Cardiff Met’s annual celebration of creative work from the secondary and primary sector is currently being exhibited at the University’s Cardiff School of Art and Design.
Cardiff School of Art and Design and Cardiff School of Education and Social Policy have worked collaboratively to provide a platform for schools to share work with each other, parents and the wider public in a purpose-built exhibition space.
Deans of schools Professor Olwen Moseley and Julia Longville launched the exhibition, which will run from Wednesday, June 19th to Wednesday, June 26th.
Primary schools who were involved in the Art/Design and Technology and Computer Science residencies will be exhibiting their outcomes for the first time this year, while the numbers of secondary schools taking part has increased with schools from Swansea now involved.
Jason Davies, Senior lecturer in Education at CSE & SP, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for schools to share the work of their pupils in a university and public gallery. We are pleased to see this exhibition gaining in popularity every year.
Thank you to all of the teachers who give up their time to make this happen.”
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