CREATIVE ARTS EXHIBITION TRIPS
There have been many opportunities for students studying a creative subject to venture out on a day trip to different musuems and galleries. Year 10 Design & Technology students and the DT team went to the Victoria and Albert Museum to see the Africa fashion exhibition. Textiles students also enjoyed exploring the Fashion galleries and Re:Imagining Musicals in Theatre and Performance and product Design students enjoyed the Furniture and Jewellery displays. All students will use this valuable primary research to inform their idea generation back in school. Gallery staff and members of the public commented on both our students creativity and their exemplary conduct. Everyone had a great day and left inspired.
Year 12 A Level Art students had the exciting opportunity to visit two exhibitions. They began with the Strange Clay exhibition at the Hayward Gallery which introduced them to abstract sculpture on a range of scales. They then moved on to see Lynette Yiadom-Boakye’s ‘Fly in League with the Night’ paintings at Tate Britain. Both of the exhibitions will inspire future coursework.
Our A Level Photography students attended the Taylor Wessing portrait photography exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery and the Wildlife photography exhibition at the Natural History Museum in Kensington to gain inspiration for their coursework.
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