Getting arty

By Connie Osborne Friday 28 March 2014 Updated: 28/03 09:01

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AUSTRALIAN, Spanish and African cultures were brought to life as part of a school art project.

Pupils at The Vaynor First School shared their creative talents with family members as part of a series of workshops which looked into artists, landscapes and cultures from across the world.

The children and their relatives transformed the classroom into a studio with sculptures and paintings.

Art co-ordinator Natalie Bird said: “The children, parents and teachers have all had great fun and the school has been brought to life by the colour and artistic flair on show.”

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