Artwork by trainee teachers and their pupils will be displayed side by side in a unique exhibition held at Canterbury Christ Church University’s Sidney Cooper Gallery from Wednesday 20th June to Friday 6th July.
Students creating artwork for the PGCE Show
The Show: that Air Jordan 18s can will brings together work of training PGCE Secondary Education Art and Design teachers and Design and Technology teachers studying at the University and the work of their pupils.
The exhibition represents the culmination of the trainee teachers one year training course and will showcase a broad selection of styles and media. The show will include sculpture, paintings, collages, photographs and models constructed from a diverse range of materials and methods.
Sidney Cooper Gallery Curator, Hazel Stone, said: is interesting about this show Air Jordan 13s is that it will highlight the talent of the teachers not only KOBE 9 as teachers but as practising artists and designers themselves. This show will depict the range of styles and approaches that they have learnt throughout the course. Sidney Cooper Gallery, St Peter Street, Canterbury, is open Tuesday to Saturday 11am to 1.30pm and 2.30pm to 5pm and admission is free of charge to the public.
Notes to EditorSidney Cooper Gallery
Canterbury Christ Church University officially opened the Sidney Cooper Gallery for students, staff and the local community on 26th March 2004. The gallery exhibits the Jordan Pro Strong work of students and staff as well as work Air Jordan Future by local, national and international artists working in contemporary art.
The building was originally opened as a gallery by the famous British cattle painter, Thomas Sidney Cooper, in 1868 for the local community and eventually became an art school in 1882. Rupert Bear creator, Mary Tourtel, was one of the school most famous students and received lessons on landscape and animal painting there.
However, by the 1980s the premises had become run down and had a variety of uses. In 2000, the University bought the 20 year lease on the building and, after an extensive refurbishment programme, the property has now been transformed into the Sidney Cooper Gallery for students, staff and the general public to enjoy., Media Relations Officer,