Blyth Academy – a Canadian School in Doha – has organised students’ artwork exhibit following COVID-19 protocol.
Blyth Academy is operating since 2006 and offering the world renowned Canadian – Alberta curriculum.
“We are fortunate to have Alberta trained teachers, who are dedicated, highly-trained, and committed to providing a quality education to each and every student,” said principal of Blyth Academy, Darlene Sullivan.
“Art is not limited to paintings and sculptures, the meaning of art has changed throughout times living in a digital era, I encourage my Art10/20/30 students to explore what art could be, rather than what is art,” said Mala Waseem, secondary art teacher at Blyth Academy, while speaking at the opening of her students’ artwork exhibition.
“As we all know, it is vastly different learning time, students have adopted a blended learning model and are working hard to give their best in these difficult times of COVID-19 pandemic,” Waseem added.
While following Alberta curriculum guidelines Art 10/20/30 students have been busy exploring their artistic skills.
Students are engaged in creating art by using a variety of medium.
They are developing their artistic, technical, and critical skills as they explore visual expressions; they are also discovering various ways to share their thoughts and ideas with others.
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