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“Art We Do” Student Art Exhibits

As Art and Humanities coordinator, one of the most successful department projects that we have is the school’s Student Art Exhibition. Twice in a school year we bring out all the best student works from our art classes and display them in public for a week.

The whole school community, especially the parents of each student artist in the exhibit, experience a sense of pride and accomplishment that the students were able to create something of beauty worthy of recognition.

The 3rd installment of 2012-2013 series of student artwork exhibits.

Paintings from the Secondary 3 (age 13-14) art class.

The Venue: We transformed the school's Primary Hallway into an art gallery.

The Venue: We transformed the school’s Primary Hallway into an art gallery.

A Level Artwork (age 15-16): One image in different mediums, from pencils to ink, from charcoal to watercolors.

A Level Artwork (age 15-16): One image in different mediums, from pencils to ink, from charcoal to watercolors.

Annotated drawings and designs from Secondary 4 (age 14-15) art projects.

Annotated drawings and designs from Secondary 4 (age 14-15) student art projects, which will eventually become their IGCSE entries.

Pottery from the Secondary 1 (age 12-13) art class. Notice the design plans posted behind the display. Students are encouraged to think carefully about what they are trying to create and why do they want to create.

Clay Pottery from the Secondary 1 (age 11-12) art class. Notice the design plans posted behind the display.

Plaster of Paris Masks from the Secondary 2 (age 12-13) art class.

Plaster of Paris Masks from the Secondary 2 (age 12-13) art class.

 

 

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