Some of our Year 8 Art students took part in an Art project set by Smiths Row to commeorate the 25th Anniversay of Sybil Andrews death and the opening of Bury St Edmunds railway station. Students were invited to think about how railway posters were used to attract tourists to towns and cities and produce a design to promote Bury St Edmunds. Ten finalists were then selected and taken to Moyse's Hall Museum to see their work exhibited, and the overall winner of the competition was announced. We would like to congratulate MJ Georgiou-Holden for his winning design which will feature as part of an exhibition of panels on the Cambridge bound platform at Bury St Edmunds railway station! We would also like to thank Natalie Pace (Curator at Smiths Row), and Moyse's Hall for this fantastic opportunity and their involvement in selecting and exhibiting the winning designs.
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