St Paul's Bay Primary gets injection of colour

Video: Mark Zammit Cordina

St Paul’s Bay Primary received an injection of colour this morning, thanks to a Community Art Project by the tutors and students of MCAST’s Institute of Art and Design.

Murals, images, beautiful designs and colours, with clear messages the schoolchildren can appreciate and understand were created by the MCAST students and inaugurated at the school this morning.

Inspired by the magnificent views that surround this school and the multi-cultural element that characterises it, Life is Beautiful was chosen as the theme for the project.

The school explained that this "emanates from the concept of a harmonious relationship among all human beings with nature, in all its facets".

Alfred Camilleri and Ruth Ancillieri were the tutors-in-charge of the project. Stephen Vella and Melanie Mizzi, director and deputy director respectively of the Institute also gave a helping hand.


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