Glasgow belongs to us

1st January 1999 at 00:00
(Photograph) - * Today sees the start of Glasgow 1999, a year of exhibitions and events celebrating the UK City of Architecture and Design. But already schools around the city have been working with architects, artists and designers on their contributions to the festival

Art for our sake: just some of the projects developed for Glasgow 99.

1 Detail from a community and environment banner created by pupils at St Brigid's Primary in a textile project with art teacher Lynn Mack and student teacher Deirdrie McCloskey.

2 3 Jewellery created by student teachers at St Andrew's College with artist Sarah Stewart.

4 Dream shoes created by P6 and P7 children at Quarry Brae Primary with designer Jan Nimmo.

5 An image created by Nicola Monteith at a summer playscheme before she started at St Andrew's Secondary. It will adorn Glasgow buses as part of the Easterhouse on Wheels scheme.

6 P6 pupil Abdullah Alrawahl's charcoal drawing of Kelvin Hall will form part of a linoleum mosaic of city landmarks for Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. Abdullah's school, Oakgrove Primary, is one of four schools working with artist Julie Brook

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