Windows on Brentford Project succeeded by Windows on Isleworth
Derelict buildings to be focus for art piece by local children
A run down derelict pub and a boiler house in Isleworth will become the focus of attention next week, when they are transformed into a unique digital art installation for all to see.
‘Windows on Isleworth’ will be launched on Thursday 21 May at the Bridge Link Centre in Isleworth.
Designed by local children and young people of Isleworth, this collaborative project was started during the Easter Holidays and is an exciting, creative and unique portrayal of Isleworth by its own young people.
The project which was a collaboration, between Isleworth Extended Services, Brentford City Learning Centre, Hounslow Homes, Crossier Properties Ltd, the Isleworth Society and the Allsignsgroup is a follow-up to the successful ‘Windows on Brentford’ project earlier this year.
Isleworth & Syon School photography A level student, Harrison McCormack, said: “Everybody worked really hard and produced some amazing stuff. One girl thought to turn Syon House into a vase and filled it with flowers.”
If you are interested in finding out more please contact Sarah Hoyle, Curriculum Manager, Brentford City Learning Centre: firstname.lastname@example.org
May 13, 2009