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Exhibition celebrates budding primary age artists

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10 July 2017

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Young artists have been showing off their impressive art skills with a beautifully constructed exhibition of their work at the Dugdale Centre.

- Primary age children demonstrate their fabulous artistic creations
- Day long exhibition at the Dugdale Centre showcased wire sculptures, willow sculptures, print and textiles.
- Exhibition a culmination of months of work by children across Enfield Town Schools' Partnership schools.
 
Young artists have been showing off their impressive art skills with a beautifully constructed exhibition of their work at the Dugdale Centre.
 
The brainchild of Enfield Town Schools' Partnership and supported by The Old Enfield Charitable Trust and the Ernest Cook Trust the Enfield Town Schools’ Partnership Art Project saw children aged from five to 10 working together to create unique and colourful art works.
 
In all 960 pupils at 13 primary schools were involved and they worked with artists to produce artwork from a variety of genres ranging from printmaking to textiles and willow to felt and wire.
 
The project culminated in a day long exhibition at the Dugdale Centre in London Road, Enfield, on Friday 7 July where their brilliant artwork was displayed and the Mayor of Enfield, Cllr Christine Hamilton and Cabinet Member for Education, Children’s Services and Protection, Cllr Ayfer Orhan came to view their efforts..
 
Cllr Orhan, said: “Art is a wonderful way for children to show their creative side and I was blown away by the quality and breadth of the work on display.
 
“This was a wonderful project which as produced fantastic results and demonstrates the creativity, talent and dedication both of our young people but also our teachers and the artists who help put this wonderful project together.”
 
The pupils also sold products of their artwork in Enfield Town Market.