The 2017 art exhibition held in the TOLC on Wednesday 28 June showcased a diverse and eclectic range of work from our talented GCSE students, Year 12 and Year 13 A level Art and Btec students as well as AS and A level photography students.
Private viewings were held including our senior citizens who enjoyed seeing the work of the younger generation and how creative methods have evolved over the years.
Kingsbury High School exhibited hundreds of pieces of artwork at its annual Art exhibition on Monday 27th June 2016.
An eclectic mix of art & design, photography, fashion, sculpture and illustration; from GCSE, A level and BTEC courses was on display at the private viewing held in the lower school’s art rooms.
Kingsbury High School Art & Design students will have the honour of seeing their work displayed in the Royal Society of British Artists, National Students’ Art Exhibition. The exhibition brings together work from the best young artists in the country alongside work from the most celebrated British artists.
Students’ work was submitted as part of a national competition which celebrates gifted & talented students from schools, colleges and academies. The work of Year 13 students, Meera Chauhan and Mohammad Afsharmoqaddam and Year 12 student Stephanie Tan was selected and will be exhibited at London’s prestigious Mall Galleries. Year 12 students, Asha Vekaria and Dharmisha Vekaria were commended for their work.
Nema Ferguson, Head of Art & Design said “We are really proud to have works by our students selected. Entrance is free so if you are in London this weekend please do drop in and see their wonderful work.”
The exhibition opens today (Tuesday 9th) and runs until Saturday 13th July 2013 between 10am to 5pm Tuesday – Friday and 10am – 1pm on Saturday.
The Art department held its annual exhibition on Monday 24 June 2013. The exhibition featured work by A Level, BTEC and GCSE Art, Design and Photography students. We were delighted to see so many staff, parents and students enjoying the wonderful range of exciting work produced by our students. The standard of the painting, drawing, sculpture, photography and printmaking was extremely high with many parents and staff commenting on the quality of the work.
Thank you to all of the staff and students who worked so hard to make the exhibition such a success.
[artwork by KHS Students; text by Mr Taylor; artwork photography by Steve]