The quality of your entries this week was absolutely brilliant - and we were particularly impressed by your creative thinking. All of your ideas were so unique, making it very hard to choose just two winners. However, after a lot of thinking, we’ve decided that they should be…
eager_reflection of Cheam Park Farm Primary, who cleverly explained how they would use a checkerboard to show the ups and downs of protest
comfortable_chemistry of Michael Faraday School, who designed a symbolic collage about protest, made from newspapers.
Your creativity blew us away. Well done!
So far in this Issue, we have seen lots of great conversations about what protest means...but what if we lived in a world where words didn't exist?
For this week's competition, your challenge is to think about how you could describe protest to someone by using ART instead of words. How could you SHOW what protest is all about instead of saying it?
You could describe a sculpture you might make, a picture you might draw or even a dance you might choreograph.
Don't forget to say WHY you chose this type of art to explain protest and HOW it would help someone to understand what protest means.
The best entries this week will showcase some superb creativity through clear descriptions and excellent explanations.
You could use this sentence structure to help you to get going if you need it:
My artwork to explain what protest is would be (insert a detailed description of your artwork here). It would help some to understand what protest means because (insert reason here).
The deadline for entries is Friday February 19th at midday. PLEASE ENTER ONLY ONCE and make sure your work is your own. Good luck!