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Manchester artist and Green Schools Revolution schools team-up!

09/08/2013 by Green Schools

Dozens of pupils from three Manchester primary schools have designs on a creative future after seeing artwork they inspired unveiled at One Angel Square, The Co-operative’s new Head Office.

Manchester-based artist, Tracey Eastham, first met pupils at half-day classroom workshops held at Bowker Vale Primary School, Charlestown Community Primary School and E-Act Blackley Academy in April – schools selected because of their involvement in our Green Schools Revolution programme.

The intricate collage, called “Towards a Sustainable Future”, is described as “featuring densely layered imagery depicting the heritage of The Co-operative and images of sustainability inspired by the pupils.”

It measures 2.5m in length and will hang in One Angel Square, Manchester – Europe’s most sustainable large office building.

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