Recycling waste materials into art at the Margaret Trowell School of Industrial and Fine Art
Nampeera, Tracy Christine
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The research examines the recycling of waste materials into art at the Margaret Trowell School of industrial and fine art through the academic year 2020 up to 2021. The research therefore comprises of five chapters as they are presented below. More still, the study bases on the following objectives in relation to the study topic; .Part of the objectives of the research is; to examine the recycling of waste materials into art at the Margaret Trowell School of Industrial and fine art through the years 2020_ 2021. .To find out how waste material can be more efficiently used at MTSIFA to form art. .To access the level at which waste materials are used to create art at MTSIFA. .To assess the usability of waste materials at MTSIFA to form art. In chapter one, the researcher presents an introduction which described the topic of the study, which includes the background; the history and evolution of the study , the problem statement, the objectives, significances and major scopes of the study. In the second chapter, the researcher made a presentation of the literature review; this chapter states all the necessary notes, citations in relation to the topic and different arguments about the materials use. Chapter three presents an analytical explanation of the methods that are used to conduct the research and therefore this serves to make the reader understand how all the information was acquired and compiled. Chapter four of this research study presents, interprets and gives a broad discussion of the findings of the study with reference to the objectives. In this chapter five, the researcher presents the study conclusions and further tries to make possible recommendations.