Frith Manor Community Flag
Frith Manor ‘Who do You Think You Are?’
Our new 'Frith Manor Community Flag' designed by artist Gil Mualem-Doron will be on display at the Arts Depot N12, in the main building at the same time as his 'Fabric of Our Nation' exhibition 3rd - 14th April. The Frith Manor Community Flag will be able to be viewed from the cafe/hall on the first floor of the Arts Depot during the Easter holidays.
The flag is part of our whole school project 'Who Do You Think You Are? which included a diversity and flag making workshop led by the Gil in Year 6, a whole school ancestry research project identifying countries that our families originate from and a cultural dressing up day.
The result of this project has led to our new school flag, created from textile designs representing over 105 countries that Frith Manor pupils and their ancestors originate from. We are very proud of our diverse cultural heritage and are delighted to celebrate our community through the visual arts. We hope as many of our families will visit Gil's exhibition and our new community flag. ‘The Fabric of Our Nation’ exhibition includes family workshops and an exhibition tour by the artist. We will share the design with you very soon!
You can find out about booking the family workshops and the exhibition here. You will need to book the workshops but not for the exhibition. Please ask at the box office where our flag is located.
Book a free place for your child to take part in a workshop led by our new 'Community Flag' designer and artist Gil Mualem-Doron on Monday 4th April and get a closer look at his new exhibition at the Arts Depot. Gil will give you a tour of his exhibition and you can have a go at making your own family flag. You will be able to view our new Frith Manor Community Flag at the same time which will be exhibited in the cafe/hall on the first floor. Book a place by clicking on this link.