Your child will build confidence in observational drawing through a range of drawing techniques and will explore, play and experiment with a range of two dimensional and three dimensional media.
They will learn to understand what formal elements are and how they can be used and to what effect.
Why Study Art?
“It’s a big question, one with lots of potential answers. The resources below share various perspectives, but before you dive in it might be helpful (or troublesome, perhaps) – whether you are a parent or student – to reflect on your own ambitions, agendas, experiences and biases.
Studying Art can mean different things to different people. Open-mindedness, critical thinking and authenticity – skills that studying art can certainly develop – are important at this point of decision making.” @artpedagogy.
Continue to read ‘Why Study Art‘ written by artist educator Chris Francis @Photopedagogy to help understand whether studying art is right for you.
Explore the website ‘Creative Journey’s‘. Click and listen to a range of people, who work with in the creative industries, talk about what their job involves and how they got there.
Miss Kench challenged art students to create a response to the ‘Life after lockdown‘ project. The brief was to create a personal piece of work that reflects on their experience of the lockdown and the pandemic. To view the work visit the website! You’ll see two fantastic outcomes created by two of our Year 10 Art students;
My Quarantine Life by Vasia Nazintseva and Monochrome Time by Maria Saratova.
Well done girls!’ Please follow ‘artmisskench‘ on Instagram for more work from our art students!
Momentum statue by Michael Speller which dominates the campus of Mougins School.
Hanging Coat by Prof. Gabriele Henkel – originally in the lobby of the Hotel Rafael in Munich.