Change 2016 Exhibition

Exploring Science and Technology through Art

Monday 27th June to Saturday 3rd September 2016, Batley Art Gallery

Here’s a flavour of some of the artwork that was on show:

Some comments from appreciative visitors:

“Clearly a lot of effort and talent has been harnessed.  Truly inspiring how this public space has been used to display community art and make it available to the wider community.”

“Cross-curricular work like this can sometimes lead to superficial science and low quality art.  You have managed to do impressive science/technology and some lovely artwork which genuinely complement each other. Congratulations to all involved.”

“Fantastic, fabulous to see all this inspiring work.  Made me very proud to have been involved.”

 “Wonderful ideas, and so good for the children to be thinking about the natural world and using recycled materials. Exhibition a real feast for the eyes.”

Lovely fusion of thoughts and colour!”

 “Lifecycle of Plants drawings & prints really lovely, and the understanding of roots, internal tubes, flower structure, leaves, seeds and seed dispersal seems to have really got through, enjoyably.”

“Excellent, well displayed work.”

“What a fabulous exhibition. The colours, the textures and the techniques are fantastic.”

“Fabulous collection of quality art and science work.  Hundreds of very worthwhile hours spent by all involved.”

 “Kids’ projects transformed by artists into something they can be so proud of. Well done.”

“Very well laid out and I love the fact that it’s interactive.”

“What a fantastic display of creative talent – a fabulous mix of science and art, a rare combination in education these days.”