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IB DP Art Exhibition 2024

In March, our school community had the pleasure of immersing themselves in a world of creativity and imagination as our Grade 12 Visual Arts students proudly unveiled their stunning artwork. Throughout the two-year IB DP Visual Arts programme, our talented students delved into the realms of expression and interpretation, refining their skills along the way.

From thought-provoking explorations of 'identity' to heartfelt reflections on 'love' and 'belonging', each piece of artwork offered a unique glimpse into the personal journeys of our students. Themes like the 'transition from teenager to adulthood' and the whimsical 'journey into a dreamland' came to life through their diverse perspectives.

In each exhibition space, visitors discovered a curated selection of up to 11 artworks per student, accompanied by insightful artist statements.

Visitors had the opportunity to appreciate the diverse array of art forms and styles on display. Together, we celebrated the dedication and creativity of our Grade 12 students as they shared their passion for art with our community.