Creativity Meets Collaboration in School Art Displays

Creativity Meets Collaboration in School Art Displays
Posted on 12/17/2021
Creativity Meets Collaboration in School Art Displays

Students across the District have been working together on innovative projects that share their learning, celebrate their communities, and showcase their creativity. Check out these highlights!

“In Our Community, Our Strength is Our Diversity”

Avalon Public School students and staff worked together on a series of beautiful displays exploring themes of acceptance, diversity and inclusion. Each display features student-created artwork that reflects their unique identities, so that each member of the Avalon community can see themselves represented as they walk through the school.

Out-of-this-world Artwork

At the Crystal Bay Centre for Special Education and Farley Mowat Public School, students showcased their learning about space and the northern lights. Their art projects were nothing short of stellar!

Kindness on Display

Inspired by the book « As-tu rempli un seau aujourd'hui » (“Have You Filled a Bucket Today”) by Carol McCloud, students at Kanata Highlands Public School worked together on a project that reflects on how small acts of kindness make a positive impact. At Huntley Centennial Public School, a 3D poster reminds the school community: “In a world where you can be anything, be kind!”

Collecting Words

After reading the book “The Word Collector” by Peter H. Reynolds, classes at Cambridge Street Community Public School collaborated on a school-wide word collection. Students posted their word art creations around the school so that everyone could discover new words.

Inspired by Nature

The great outdoors were the inspiration for many great student artworks. From landscape paintings to murals, here are just a few of the works on display at our schools:

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