Primary school artists participated in an exhibition at the Castle of Good Hope alongside international participants from the rest of Africa.The project was in light of the international 16 Days of Activism campaign and the Peace on Track campaign.Learners from Kirstenhof Primary School, Nizamiye Islamic School in Midrand, Johannesburg, Parktown Public School, Ferreira Primary School and Teddy Bears Montessori joined learners from the Seychelles, Turkey, Kazakhstan, Britain, Spain, Pakistan, India, Taiwan, Germany, France, Egypt, Morocco, Angola, the Netherlands, Mozambique, Congo, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Botswana, Cameroon, Malawi and Kenya as part of the initiative. Mark Jeneker, art teacher at Yellowwood and Westville primary schools, also took three learners to the exhibition.“I feel so delighted to be part of this auspicious event. My art students are now definitely on a higher level. I’m so proud to say I’m their art teacher. For those children that I can’t reach at schools, my art studio will be open during the holiday from 09:00 to 16:00 from Monday to Saturday and everyone is welcome no matter how big or small,” he says.He is grateful to the principals of Yellowwood and Westville primary schools for giving him the opportunity to teach their children about art.V Call Jeneker on 078 637 8853.