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Art Exhibition 2019

A highlight of each year as an art teacher is the annual exhibition. Housed in TOLC the exhibition showcases work from GCSE, BTEC and A-Level students.

It is a chance for students, teachers and invited guests to see the results of the hundreds of hours of observation, recording, development and creative thinking our young artists engage in; many of whom go on to study on art courses at university prior to entering careers in the creative industries – one of the UK’s largest employers.

This year the show boasted a breadth of work that was diverse in both form and concept. From portraits, to sculptures, to photography, to graphic design, to architecture, the talents the KHS showcased is breathtaking. A senior citizen commented that ''this is the best show I have ever seen, they are so talented''

For the parents, senior citizens and the students who came to see their own work on display this event was a celebration of the effort, rigour, risk-taking and confidence that was evident in every piece.

Kingsbury High School has a proud history of inspiring and developing successful artists, designers, musicians and performers. Whether our graduates continue with a path into the arts or not, the learning that underpins such great success in these subjects provides our leavers with a skill set that is transferable and applicable in any area of their professional or personal lives, and long may it continue.

Head to our blog to view further photos of the artwork.