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ACS Egham students exhibit final artworks

Published Tuesday 8th of April 2014 02:30:12 PM

Students at ACS Egham recently exhibited their portfolios at the International Baccalaureate (IB) Art Exhibition.

The IB Art Exhibition is a chance for students, who have been studying the IB Diploma Programme Visual Arts Course, to display their achievements for families and friends.

The four exhibiting students, aged 17 to 18, have spent the last two years building a portfolio which reflects their creative freedom. As part of the course, students complete open-ended assignments, designed to stimulate their individual artistic flair.

Students can spend up to two months working on their pieces, often revisiting earlier works as they build their portfolio.

Andrew Vaughan, Head of Visual Arts at ACS Egham, commented:

�The IB Art Exhibition is a wonderful opportunity for students, teachers, family and friends to admire each student�s body of work. For most students, their portfolio grows gradually throughout the two years and the exhibition is the first time during the course that they will see their entire portfolio on display from the earliest to their latest pieces. �

The artworks were displayed in the Mansion Assembly Room at ACS Egham.
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