At Art Hoppers we’re very excited to announce #TAG – The Art Gallery at Gayhurst School – exclusively for the exhibition of pupils artworks.
Three exhibitions will be designed to enhance children’s understanding of the curriculum and provide a serious platform for the showcase of both their creative talents and their academic achievements. The gallery aims to be positively aspirational. We’d like to give Gayhurst children’s artwork a serious platform for thought, debate and appreciation, elevating their creativity, boosting their self-confidence and bringing the school community together through the enjoyment and pride this will bring.
The current art exhibition ‘El Surrealismo / Surrealism Olé‘ by – AWARD WINNING ‘FUTURE ARTISTS’ of #ArtsKickersAwards2017 – Years 3&4 of Gayhurst School, (that’s 150 pupils) is inspired by Spanish artists Picasso, Miró and Dalí – Totally worth a visit!
Lots of info and many many photos in this dedicated website: www.tagatgayhurst.uk
The Big Draw these for 2019 was Drawn to Life. Art Hoppers in partnership with Rich Mix, City & Hackney Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services and local families discuss art and well-being via two community events for The Big Draw festival 2019. A community artwork is up on permanent display in Dalston CLR James Library in Hackney as a result of the project.