small action big change
Visit the exhibition now showing at NUAST and be amazed at the power of pupil protest
Dunkirk Primary's Protest Art Exhibition
- How can we enable our voice to be heard?
- What is protest?
- How can we create positive change within our local and global communities?
These are just some of the Big Questions that children have been exploring whilst developing this unique exhibition. These explorations have also linked closely to our current curriculum theme of 'Greed and Power'. Inspired by examples of protest art across the world, pupils have worked with our artists-in-residence, Claire Simpson and Julie Wise, to create their own protest art pieces. This thought provoking exhibition invites you to explore what students at the school have to say about the world we live in, the global issues that matter to them and how they would like to shape and influence the future.
The exhibition is being kindly hosted by NUAST, Abbey Road, Dunkirk.
Many thanks to the staff at NUAST for supporting this exhibition.
The exhibition was launched on Wednesday 18th March with a private viewing for all teaching staff, governors and NUAST staff. Each class will be able to visit and explore the exhibition.
A special event will be held for parents to visit the exhibition, dates for this are yet to be confirmed...so watch this space!