Thursday, May 14, 2015

28th Sea Game Torch Up!

Progression report 11th-14th May 2015    
This week, we made further progress on the main BELL. It is now fully covered with scrap metal and other recycled materials, bringing out the unique artwork for the SEA Games. As you can see above, some of the cans are made into beautiful flower shapes so that the whole main BELL will look more interesting and meaningful.

The students from ITE College East are always coming down to assist with the main BELL and the eleven smaller bells. Angie is guiding the students on this project to ensure a positive experience with such an extraordinary opportunity. The students are also very glad to be getting some hands-on experience on something that is being specially created to commemorate for the 28th SEA Games being held in Singapore. Despite long hours in classes, they are always so serious in their involvement. Some of them even take time off to come down and assist Angie.

As for the eleven small bells, all of the countries are represented with unique imagery from the respective country.  One of the smaller bells is shown above, expressing the icons of Thailand. The rest of the bells are almost done and are all very special in their own ways. Soon they will all be attached to the bottom of the main BELL

Currently, this is the how the Bell looks from the inside. The sides are all filled up and the students go inside the bell to ensure that none of the pieces will fall off. They want to create a perfect bell and it is inspiring to see the whole process of the BELL as it unfolds. It is truly a, "BELL of Inspiration". 

Still much to be done so stay tuned!


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