We’re thrilled to have an expert from Screenflex Partitions explain one great, but sometimes overlooked, possibility that their portable room dividers offer. Kevin Maas from Screenflex makes some great points about their more artistic side.
Showcasing students’ artwork is the pinnacle event of the school year. It is a time to highlight the artists’ works of art as well as to connect with parents and guests in attendance. However, planning an art show takes time, creativity and a lot of hard work. So finding the perfect way to display student artwork is essential to a well organized and welcoming art show.
Do you know all the potential opportunities Screenflex partitions can help your school, church or office? Here are six ideas to get you started.
- Art Shows: With a few Screenflex partitions, you can have a gallery of free-standing walls to hang art work from and show off your student’s hard work and creative talent in a fresh and modern way.
Whether you’re in a classroom or an office, ample space is often a scarce resource. At times, you have to be really creative with the space you do have, making every square foot multi-functional. With this in mind, many people have found partitions and room dividers to be an easy answer to the space dilemma. Portable dividers allow you to change the layout and flow of any given space–and change it again at a moment’s notice.
Portable partitions in the office and classroom might look overly familiar if you’ve ever dealt with isolating distractions in limited spaces. Because distractions can be a major problem for some, having a partition is going to be essential in keeping a sense of focus. Especially during the holiday season, having a partition in an office or classroom might be mandatory when some employees and students have to work rather than enjoy a party.
Look for various partitions that can be sound proof or hold marker boards so classes or employee collaborations can go on without interruption. They also come in various heights to avoid any temptation to peek over the top at the holiday party happening on the other side.