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IGCSE Art Visual Research in Hanoi's Old Quarter

13 February 2017

Year 10 and 11 Art students had the opportunity to collect visual research on a trip to Hanoi Old Quarter yesterday.

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  • British International School Hanoi IGCSE Art

Year 10 have recently started looking at the theme of urban decay for their IGCSE coursework whilst Year 11 have just started their final exam with starting points that include street sellers, pulled apart and textured surfaces. The students enjoyed photographing the vibrant, busy and colourful old quarter which will now be used as references for their own visual responses. Although this particular area of Hanoi is relatively familiar to many of the students it was great to see them looking and taking photographs with a different perspective.

Richard Harrison, Art Leader