SACS IBDP Visual Arts Exhibition 2017

Eliza Bourke, Georgia Davis, Leith Elhassadi, Helena Klein, Olivia Moulard, Mai Russo, Margaux Thwaites
EXHIBITION  RUNS
   
August
   
3
 -  
August
   
14
The work exhibited seeks to answer the challenge to actively explore the visual arts within and across a variety of local, regional, national and international and intercultural contexts.

INFORMATION

SACS IBDP Visual Arts Exhibition 2017 showcases the culmination of two years of studio practice and theoretical investigations by students who have undertaken the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme course in Visual Arts at St Andrew’s Cathedral School from 2016 - 2017.

 

The studio work going on display is grounded in the aims of the IB DP Visual Arts Programme where students are encouraged to challenge their own creative and cultural expectations and boundaries. Students devise their work by developing analytical skills in problem-solving and divergent thinking whilst working towards technical proficiency and confidence as art-makers.

 

The work exhibited seeks to answer the challenge to actively explore the visual arts within and across a variety of local, regional, national and international and intercultural contexts. Through inquiry, investigation, reflection and creative application, the students have developed an appreciation for the expressive and aesthetic diversity in the world around them becoming critically informed makers and consumers of visual culture.

 

The outcomes of this process will be on exhibition for the audience to both be challenged and to enjoy.

 

SACS IBDP Visual Arts Exhibition 2017 showcases the culmination of two years of studio practice and theoretical investigations by students who have undertaken the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme course in Visual Arts at St Andrew’s Cathedral School from 2016 - 2017.

 

The studio work going on display is grounded in the aims of the IB DP Visual Arts Programme where students are encouraged to challenge their own creative and cultural expectations and boundaries. Students devise their work by developing analytical skills in problem-solving and divergent thinking whilst working towards technical proficiency and confidence as art-makers.

 

The work exhibited seeks to answer the challenge to actively explore the visual arts within and across a variety of local, regional, national and international and intercultural contexts. Through inquiry, investigation, reflection and creative application, the students have developed an appreciation for the expressive and aesthetic diversity in the world around them becoming critically informed makers and consumers of visual culture.

 

The outcomes of this process will be on exhibition for the audience to both be challenged and to enjoy.

 

FEATURED  WORKS

Eliza Bourke

Georgia Davis

Leith Elhassadi

Helena Klein

Olivia Moulard

Mai Russo

Margaux Thwaites

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