Marco Island Charter Middle School will be displaying giant reproductions — approximately 50 feet — of the fascinating architecture of Antoní Gaudi. A Teacher’s Discovery Traveling Exhibit, the huge, featured reproductions will be hung in the hallways outside of the Spanish, Art and Performing Arts classrooms during the week of Jan. 26-30.
Like a passport to Spain, the exhibit celebrates architecture as art, the beautiful city of Barcelona and Spanish culture and demonstrates how Gaudi gave the world one of the finest examples of architecture as art.
Brightly colored images on lightweight satin fabric include: Sagrada Familia and Casa Batlló (7×17), Parc Guell (4×8) and Rooftops Casa Batlló (4×4).
“This is an academically rich, cross-curricular learning opportunity incorporating Visual Art and Spanish, two classes which many students study at MICMS,” said Spanish teacher Margo Heidenreich.
For more information, call George Abounader at 239-377-3200 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.