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Art and Rugby combine for Monmouth StudentsOctober 5th, 2015
Eight Monmouth School Art students were invited by The Printmarket Project in Cardiff to take part in creating the largest lino in the world to celebrate The Rugby World Cup. The boys travelled to Cardiff with their art teacher Sheila Mone to work with Pete Williams, creative director of the project. They helped to cut a three metre section of the lino which will make up part of the complete print. Eleven World Cup 2015 host cities are involved and smaller sections have also been sent to artists in countries as diverse as Japan, Australia, Tonga and Canada. This has been a unique opportunity for the boys to be involved in a live project that reflects the rugby heritage of Monmouth School.