Year 13 students from the Cambridge Pre U and International Baccalaureate Art & Design courses at Christ’s Hospital displayed their work at a private viewing at the end of May prior to the exhibition opening to visitors to the School and during Speech Day.
The work displayed included drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography, textiles, installations and film.
The exhibition gave students the opportunity to present their work to a wider audience, and celebrate their achievements.
Their hard work and dedication is clearly shown in the strength of the display and everyone got a real sense of the passion, commitment and talent they have brought to the course.
Paul Deller, Head of Art at Christ’s Hospital, commented: “The work is ambitious, skilled and thought provoking. I hope that you can join the Grecians in celebrating their efforts over the past two years.”
Nine of this year’s art students are going on to Art Foundation courses at top art intuitions across the country including Central St Martins, Camberwell School of Art, London College of Communication and Brighton City College.
Other students who took the art course are hoping to gain places on Architecture, Civil & Architectural Engineering, Landscape Architecture and Computer Visualisation & Animation courses.
Report and picture contributed by Christ’s Hospital.