Category: Art

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Our Y9 Art GCSE trip to the Expressionist exhibition at Tate Modern and the Frameless Gallery provided a rich and immersive experience through time and technology. This was an opportunity for the students to explore the dynamic and evocative works of the Expressionist movement, as well as to engage with cutting-edge digital art installations.

At ...

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Students and staff in the Art Department have been working hard to get the annual exhibition of GCSE and A Level students’ artworks ready for the public! On 14 June, all are warmly invited to the art department to enjoy an afternoon with some amazing artworks.

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As part of our Elizabethan programme, all Year Nine students have the opportunity to engage in stimulating and enriching cultural experiences, which we believe is particularly important for leaders of the future. So, this week, every student in Year Nine visited the Tate Modern gallery on the South Bank in London.

We travelled from school ...

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Eager readers of our website will remember that last term Shuayb (Year Thirteen) was selected as our school finalist for the national ARTiculation competition, run by the Royal Academy to promote public speaking and engagement with visual culture.

On Thursday, 11 January, Shuayb and Mrs Fletcher made their way to the Royal Academy on Piccadilly. ...

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Last Thursday, an audience of staff and students was treated to three superb talks from the trio of sixth formers who have been working this term on the ARTiculation competition. An annual competition run by the Royal Academy, ARTiculation aims to promote the appreciation and discussion of visual culture.

This term, Miss Waterhouse and Mrs ...

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Congratulations to the Wilson’s Art Department for collecting four prizes at the Sutton Youth Exhibition last Thursday!

The following students were awarded:

Jack Godwin (OW) – Runner up, Prize for Painting
Jerome (Year 12) – Winner, Prize for Painting
Anish (Year 12) – Runner up, Prize for 3D work
Aryan (Year 9) – ...

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Two exhibitions at the Victoria and Albert Museum that might be interesting and fun are the ‘Africa Fashion’ which explores the vitality and global impact of a fashion scene as dynamic and varied as the continent itself, and ‘Hallyu! The Korean Wave’ which showcases the colourful and dynamic popular culture of South Korea, exploring the makings of ...

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On Tuesday 8 November, Year 9 pupil Aryan received the news that he had not only won his heat, but was the overall winner of the under-16’s artists for the Sutton Parks Landscape Artist of the Year Competition 2022.

Before the summer holidays, Aryan took up the challenge and entered the competition. He chose his local park at Rose Hill from ...

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As part of their Insects project, Year 10 Art GCSE students spent a very productive and enjoyable day drawing from observation.

They started by visiting the Angela Marmont Centre for UK Biodiversity at the natural History Museum, where they were given perfect conditions for drawing insects from the Centre’s collection not on public view. They ...

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Aaron and William (Year 12) recently spent a day in London experiencing architecture and gathering source material for their architectural design brief.

They began the morning looking at the concept design of this year’s pavilion at the Serpentine Gallery, followed by a talk on the interior and exterior design of the Victoria and Albert Museum. ...

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