Tuesday, 26 September 2017

Wearable Arts 2017

For the Past 9 weeks are totara syndicate have been making recyclable costumes for wearable arts 2017 at the start of the term we had to pick 3 people to work with the people that i picked were Alex D who is speaker Reilly who is the model  and my self I am also a speaker. For our costume Reilly=Model brought in a old top that we paint black with fabric paint waited for it to dry and then paint red black and yellow on it to make a flag represent Belgium. Also our festival is a music festival named Tomorrow land boom. Musicians and singers around the world go to the festival and perform.
Here is a photo


  1. Hi Jayden. It was a shame that you boys didn't manage to pull together a Wearable Arts costume as you had the potential to create something wonderful and memorable. Perhaps there is a lesson to be learnt in all of this about picking the right people to work in a group with. Miss H

  2. Kia Ora Jayden

    Hi it’s Allie, and I will be one of the people blogging with you this summer for the Summer Learning Journey.

    The wearable arts was a really great show this year. I liked the costumes that everyone had done. Especially the dragon and the cd dress that was created.

    We are thrilled that you've registered for the Summer Learning Journey with us. I know it can sometimes be tricky to get started. I have included a link to the week one activities, but remember, you can do them in any order! Check out the activities on our website, and then post your responses to the activities here on your blog site.


    I am so excited to read all of your posts!


    Allie :)


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