dot- art Schools goes virtual for 2020

dot-art Schools has announced that this year’s annual inter-school art exhibition will be going ahead in a brand new online virtual gallery. Plus, the creative talents of teachers will be celebrated alongside the students. Carolyn Murray, dot-art schools project manager said: “After the sadness of having to postpone our eighth annual

Carmel biology teacher wins wildlife art competition

Carmel College biology teacher, Daniel Wilson has been shortlisted in an internationally renowned wildlife art competition run by the UK based conservation charity, David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation. This year’s ‘Wildlife Artist of the Year’ competition received 1,200 entries from artists across 53 countries. Amongst the 159 shortlisted entries for the final exhibition

Online voting launched to find the region’s top young artists

A public online vote to find Liverpool City Region’s best young artists opened on Saturday 28 March and continues until 28 April 2020. This year 1257 pupils from 76 schools have entered the dot-art Schools competition and the shortlisted students from each school are now hoping for your votes to win a

23,000 Peace Doves are winging their way to schools

Over the next few weeks, 23,000 paper doves will be winging their way to primary schools across Merseyside as part of the Peace Dove art exhibition at Liverpool Cathedral. This mass participation art project, curated by internationally-renowned sculptor and artist Peter Walker, will culminate in the creation of a beautiful large-scale


The British Woodworking Federation (BWF) has launched an engaging and innovative education programme to inspire students in Years 9-12 to get into woodworking. WOW I MADE THAT! brings together structured learning, research and creative product design for students to gain a greater understanding of using wood as a sustainable material