Year 10 enjoyed an A Level taster lesson this week. We told them all about the course and the drawing module that we run at the beginning of the course. In the drawing module we try and broaden pupils view of what drawing can be and Year 10 had a taste of this, drawing with a chalk on the end of a garden cane. They had to take a risk and go for it, but what great results!
Bolton School (Girls’ Division) were proud to display pupils work at the very well attended ‘Best of Bolton’ exhibition held at Bolton University. We were delighted that Jess Broome won the ‘Fine Art’ prize for her painting pictured above called ‘Shed’. Jess was away on a Geography field trip and so Miss Fazackerley collected her prize, of some beautiful art materials, on her behalf. The event was organised by Miss Fazackerley, Head of Art at Bolton school. Miss Fazackerley was thanked at the event for all the work she did that enabled schools from across Bolton to exhibit their pupils artwork. As is previous years NADFAS judged and provided prizes.
Wow! Things are developing well!
Year 8, I hope you find these photos of Card Construction inspiring!
Aren’t things developing well in the A Level studio!
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Here’s an excerpt:
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These pages have been uploaded from Pinterest to inspire sixthform.