Artwork on display at museum
Wonderful artwork from Tweedmouth Middle School and St Cuthbert's First School pupils, pictured, recently went on display at Berwick Museum and Art Gallery in the Sense of Place exhibition.
A total of 125 pupils created the work during week-long residencies in their schools, working with artists Louise Bradley and Sally Madge.
Tweedmouth Middle Year 7s explored printmaking with Louise while St Cuthbert’s pupils explored sculpture working with Sally, using recycled materials, clay and modroc.
The schools have also made visits to BALTIC and the Great Exhibition of the North in Gateshead, and The Watchtower Gallery in Tweedmouth, and teachers have completed CPD sessions delivered by Northumbria University.
The activity is all part of the Create, Aspire, Transform programme supported by Paul Hamlyn Foundation and Northumberland Arts Development.
Stage two of the programme will start in September, with two new schools joining the programme.