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Consumerism, Gods, Politics and Zombies
Year 9 students from Gateshead secondary schools
23 March – 19 May 2013
A selection of comics and working drawings by Year 9 students from Gateshead secondary schools
Taking inspiration from The Rinse Cycle by Jim Shaw, Year 9 students from Gateshead Secondary Schools have been working with artists, writers and comic book experts, at BALTIC and back at school, to create their own comics. See the students’ ideas, imaginations and dreams brought to life in this exhibition of their work.
Young people visiting the exhibition can try their hand at making their own comic book strips, with a self-led activity on Level 2.
Click the name of the school to see the comic book strips made by the students
Supported by Ernest Cook Trust
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