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GCSE & IB Students Join Forces On Shanghai Art Trip

04 November 2015

A few weeks ago, our GCSE and IB art students combined forces and explored Shanghai in glorious sunshine. Far removed from the recent cold weather we’ve experienced this week. 

  • GCSE & IB Trip
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  • GCSE & IB Trip
  • GCSE & IB Trip

First stop was the Red Town Sculpture Park where students dropped in and out of various galleries sketching and discussing the weird and wonderful sculptures and paintings.

Next was a brisk wander through the narrow lanes of Xizang Insect market. A fragrant and certainly exciting experience had by all! Thankfully nobody came home with any creepy crawlies and favoured the plants which have already been used in observational drawing.

Lastly was a leisurely stroll through the former Dongtai market for some photography. A fashion shoot was taking place which excited our students who also took the opportunity to take in and snap away at the exterior and interiors of these simple but impressive buildings.

Rhian Dixon, Head of Art