18 November 2018
Artwork created by Edinburgh school pupils is on display in First Minister Nicola Sturgeon’s office in the Scottish Parliament.
Seventeen pupils from Pilrig Park Special Secondary School and Prospect Bank Special Primary School created the art with the Fruitmarket Gallery as part of their Making Matters school programme.
The pupils visited the Scottish Parliament to see their artwork on display and met the First Minister.
Pupils from @PilrigPark & Prospect Bank Schools met the @ScotGovFM to view their work on display in her office! They made work as part of our schools programme #MakingMatters. Thank you so much to the Scottish Parliament team for welcoming us all! #YOYP2018 #schools #creativity pic.twitter.com/RCWcQt9r3m
— Fruitmarket Gallery (@fruitmarket) November 6, 2018
What a fantastic morning at @ScotParl as our young filmmakers at @PilrigPark and @Prospect_Bank special schools got to show their film work to the First Minister @NicolaSturgeon pic.twitter.com/aMBbLIuEZ4
— Screen Education Edinburgh (@ScreenEdinburgh) November 6, 2018