On Friday the 19th of January we were treated to a preview of the artwork of the Year 13 IB Visual Arts St Andrews International School Bangkok students. The objective of the exhibition was to prepare students for their final exhibition in March, in which they must curate and display around 8 to 11 completed pieces of art. IB Visual Arts students work in a variety of media and have different overarching themes. The show went beyond traditional media, such as the delicate and beautifully painted portraits by Isabela Tsepisi, venturing into photography and video installation. Laksha hyper slow motion video portrait was much talked about by visitors to the show, who were intrigued by the barely perceptible motion and symbolism of the piece. Work was often challenging, with artists Celina and Zoe not shying away from tackling difficult themes, such as ‘taboo’ or the struggle of women. The exhibition was an excellent taster for the final exhibition, which will be held from Thursday March 15th 2018. We will certainly be looking forward to seeing our Year 13 artists completed portfolio of work.