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Primary School Art Show 2024

We were delighted to welcome the BBIS community to our annual Primary School Art Show. It provided a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the creativity of our students and their artistic journey throughout this school year. Numerous artworks vividly demonstrated how students used art to enhance their understanding of various units of inquiry. The diverse range of art on display not only beautifully reflects the diversity of our learners but also showcases the expansive scope of our IB PYP curriculum. Moreover, this year's exhibition highlighted the talents of our Early Education students, who are the youngest members of our community. The exhibition featured a captivating array of pieces, including a Hundertwasser study, Picasso cubism masks, digital self-portraits, intricate metal embossing art, captivating one-line contour drawings, ancient civilization masks, and much more.

Our students have worked since August to create a wonderful variety of artwork. They not only impressed me and their families, but also inspired all the visitors of all ages to use their creative skills. Many parents left thinking that they would now like to rediscover art in their lives, and this is because of our students' work.