B Cador: April 2019
What a fantastic start to the term the Y3's have made!
As part of their Africa — Ancient Egypt focus for the summer, we briefly looked at and discussed Tutankhamun's death mask before moving on to explore the ceramic masks of a contemporary artist, Kimmy Cantrell.
We had a great few days of investigating his ideas, designing and creating our own in his style.
We're really proud of them.
Why not take a look at the selection here and see what you think.
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