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Art & Design Exhibition

Art & Design Exhibition

GCSE / A Level Virtual Art & Design Exhibition

Art has the power to transform, to illuminate, to educate, inspire and motivate.
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Unfortunately due to Covid-19 and the closure of the school the DNA department cannot hold our annual GCSE & A-Level Summer Exhibition.

As teachers of Art & Design, we appreciate and acknowledge how hard our students’ have worked over the past two years and believe it is important to celebrate the work they have produced. Therefore an online exhibition has been created to showcase the impressive artwork from our GCSE and A Level student artists and designers.

The GCSE collection consists of work from across our courses: Art & Design, Graphics, Photography and Textiles, where students responded to the thematic themes: Habitation, Beginning and/or End, Identity and Fragments. The A Level collection consists of work from Fine Art and Photography. Fine Art students responded to the thematic themes: Memory and Blue/Red/Gold, whilst Photography students responded to Structures, Viewpoints and Perspectives.

We warmly invite all staff, students’ Parents, Carers and family to view the virtual exhibition during July and through the month of August. We hope you enjoy the broad diversity and range of creative skills from our talented DNA students’ across all our courses, where you can view the work at your leisure from the comfort of your own home!

The exhibition will go live on the school website from Tuesday 14th July. Please use the links below to view the Virtual Galleries. 

GCSE Galleries

VIEW THE GCSE ART & DESIGN
VIRTUAL GALLERY

VIEW THE GCSE GRAPHICS
VIRTUAL GALLERY 

VIEW THE GCSE PHOTOGRAPHY
VIRTUAL GALLERY

VIEW THE GCSE TEXTILES
VIRTUAL GALLERY

A-Level Gallery

VIEW THE A LEVEL ART & DESIGN AND PHOTOGRAPHY
VIRTUAL GALLERY

 

On behalf of the DNA team, we would like to wish all our students a lovely summer and the very best on their next educational journey.

‘All great Achievements require time’ Maya Angelou

Mrs Bowens

Head of Art