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Update from Art This Week

15 January 2016

This week has been a busy one in the art department. On Monday, students were given the opportunity to meet with Ms Aries Chan – a representative from University of the Arts London. This group of universities is a popular destination for students wanting to go on to further and higher education within the visual arts, and the meeting provided a chance for students to find out more about the six different colleges and the courses on offer. Ms Chan discussed application procedures with art students from years 11-13, explaining portfolio expectations and the interview process. She then spent time going through students’ sketchbooks and coursework, identifying strengths and areas for development in preparation for this term’s portfolio building.

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Year 12 have also been sitting their AS art mock this week – a 15 hour exam in which they must produce an outcome communicating the ideas they have been investigating over the past 8 weeks. All students worked on their own themes and chose suitable materials and processes based on their own independent experimentation.

Emily Lavender

Art Teacher