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Art: Year 13 Visual Arts Exhibition Preparation

Year 13 students at St Andrews International School Bangkok are hard at work preparing for their final exhibition on 21 March.

As the final exhibition approaches, Visual Arts students in Year 13 are working hard to refine and complete their artworks. They are required at higher level to produce 8 to 11 resolved artworks, which is no small task. The price of excellence at IB level is time consuming work, paying close attention to detail and intense refinement and review of each work. On Thursday 21 March 2019 from 3.00 p.m. to 7.00 p.m. on the 7th floor of the Blue Building we will be treated to an excellent exhibition of art from our young artists.  What we won’t see is the hours of work, sweat and tears that has gone into this exhibition. Here are some shots of our students deep in concentration as they refine their work, with a taster of some of the studio pieces.

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Artist of the Week

Our artist of the week is Year 13 student Arnav Narula. His graphic drawing combines a number of elements of religious symbolism, playing with the concept of a world of synthesized spiritual practices. This is one of the artworks that will be featured in Arnav’s IB exhibition

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