Monday, 27 June 2016


Today’s post looks back on a week in which our Year 10 Creative Industries learners submerged themselves in the Creative Arts. 
On Tuesday, the cohort visited the Southbank Centre to admire and review various installations for their Bronze Arts Award portfolios.

Installations included Yoshitomo Nara’s Marching on the Butterbur Leaf at The Hayward Gallery and the Conceptual Poetics exhibition at the Poetry Library at Royal Festival Hall.

Click here for Keon's reflections on the day and here for Precious' thoughts on the works of art that the group encountered.

Students also indulged in some photography to support their BTEC Art & Design and Creative Digital Media portfolios. You can enjoy a few of their shots below, taken in the Roof Garden at Queen Elizabeth Hall.

On Wednesday and Thursday, the same employees pushed on with building their Media portfolios. To the right, Christiana organises the work she has produced so far for Unit 10 (Digital Photography for a Media Product).

On Friday, the group returned to the Southbank Centre, this time to enjoy short films from student filmmakers responding to this year’s ‘Le Cinéma, cent ans de jeunesse’ film education programme. Inspired by the work on display, our employees hope to follow next year’s programme, and to introduce their own film at next year’s showcase.

They finished the day with some observational drawing in the Roof Garden; a fitting end to a week of non-stop creativity.

No comments:

Post a Comment