As part of Deutsche Bank's Community Art Works initiative called Form, Managing Director Jay and Creative Director Al gave lectures in both Jersey and Guernsey to help inspire and instruct the students competing for the incredible prizes on offer.
Deutsche Bank are offering the opportunity for students to have their work exhibited in the Saatchi Gallery in London and the chance to have an internship at the Deutsche Guggenheim in Berlin. Truly amazing prizes... in fact we wish we could enter!.
Students throughout the Channel Islands have been given the brief to submit a creative piece focusing around the theme Passion to Perform, the heartfelt mission statement that is at the core of Deutsche Bank's philosophy. The work can be in any medium, the possibilities are endless and it was with this in mind that Jay and Al talked to the students on both sides of the pond about how to tackle the problems and the opportunities of such an open brief.
The Potting Shed are thrilled to be a part of this amazing initiative and can't wait to see the results from the wealth of creative talent in the Channel Islands. To learn more about the project please visit www.dbcommunityartworks.com