Winter Window Success for local children

Congratulations to five local children whose entries have been selected for Edinburgh Council and Edinburgh’s Christmas’ Winter Windows 2017 competition.

The competition asked children all across the city to create their own stained glass window design on the theme of 2050 Edinburgh City Vision.

The winning entries were designed by Canal View Primary School pupils Emma Burt and Lucy Hunter, Clovenstone Primary School pupils Eliza Tarajkowicz and Dominik Buczek, and WHALE Arts Creative Adventures participant Cassadi Hunter at a series of sessions run by WHALE Arts new creative placemaker Helena Barret. The winning designs will now be made into light boxes and will go on display at St Giles and outside Westside Plaza from the 18 November to 26 December 2017.

Winning entries

Canal View Primary School:
Emma Burt (P6) – to be displayed by at Wester Hailes Plaza
Lucy Hunter (P6) – to be displayed by St Giles

Clovenstone Primary School:
Eliza Tarajkowicz (P4) – to be displayed at Wester Hailes Plaza
Dominik Buczek (P4) – to be displayed by St Giles

WHALE Arts Creative Adventures:
Cassadi Hunter – to be displayed by St Giles

Not only will the children’s work go on display but they will receive a certificate, two tickets for a ride of their choice at Edinburgh’s Christmas and an invitation to the launch event.

Here is a selection of photos of some of the designs made by local children:

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