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If you have children, or spend time with little ones, you will understand the delight that they have when producing their very own artworks for you to admire. Their enthusiasm as they show you their finished piece (and the admiration that they receive for their creation) often means that said artworks are either displayed proudly on the fridge, or hung up in a prominent wall space where they can receive further approval from other viewers. Usually the recipient of the artwork is a parent, grandparent or close family member, and, while some may display the artwork because they love and respect the child and their creation, others only do it out of a sense of obligation.
This is not the case for the art-teaching staff at Drysdale Primary School, who, proud of their students' achievements, have decided to showcase their work in a special Art Show. The event, which will be held on Friday 24 October, from 5-9pm, will feature art works from the school children for family and friends to admire. There will also be a sausage sizzle and live music in the hall.
The Art Show will be held at the Primary School
This event is not intended to be a fundraiser; instead, it provides a chance for parents to socialise, and see how well their children are doing in their art classes. The entry cost for the Art Show is a gold coin donation (to pay for the costs involved in holding the event). What a small price to pay when you think of the proud smiles the students will be wearing…