Please join us in celebrating the work of our maids and guards who have joined us for the first time as we come together as a creative community to represent ‘caring community’ in wire.
Here is some of their work together with the inspiration behind it. The rest of their work will be on permanent display together with the kids’, teachers’ and parents’, once it comes back from the River City Exhibition.
If you see our talented maids and guards around the school, I am sure they would be very happy to hear what you think of their work.
Please email me – firstname.lastname@example.org – if you would like me to pass on any comments. Many thanks.
The River City Exhibition (where KIS kids, teachers, maids & guards come together to represent a caring community in wire) runs until 7th October. The incredible artwork of our Diploma kids is also on display, along with the artwork of children from 9 other international schools around Bangkok. We’d love to hear what you think.
This is the big question we’ve been developing our answers to in art this term so far. And the kids have come up with some ingenious ways of representing their ideas in copper wire and beads.
Be sure to drop by the art room to see your child’s work so far.
As the heart of our community, we would love you to join us in answering this question.
All week after drop off and pick up, there will be the chance for you to come and represent in wire the ideas that really make a caring community for you.
You don’t need any experience, or even a clear idea yet – I will be there to support you. As will, fingers crossed, at some point this week, our two artist mums who specialize in wire work.
So join us from tomorrow (Tuesday 28th) after pick up on the three new tables outside Miss June’s room for our next community art project together. We look forward to seeing you there!
If you have skills to share, please don’t be shy – let me know: email@example.com.
We would love to learn from you.