Student's artwork exhibited at Royal Maritime Museum, Greenwich
Students in Year 10 have their artwork on display at the Royal Maritime Museum, Greenwich, as part of the national River of Hope project which they took part in back in March. The students also received certificates for their involvement. 20 students worked with our art technician Emily Cartwright, who was the lead artist for Lincolnshire schools in the project run by Thames Festival Trust. Their artwork was printed onto a silk flag which was paraded in the Queen’s Jubilee Pageant and has now arrived back in school.
The flag itself will be exhibited in Boston in the new year to mark the end of the two-year project, alongside flags and artwork from the six other Lincolnshire schools involved. More details on how students and their friends and families can see the Boston exhibition will be shared later this year. In the meantime if you would like to visit The National Maritime Museum, the River of Hope exhibition including the KSHS artwork will be on display until 12 January 2023.
You can read more about the wider River of Hope project at https://thamesfestivaltrust.org/river-of-hope/
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