Gilgamesh on i-Pads? More Needed!

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i-Pads Needed for Illustration Degree Project Liam Callebout (former RWS student) is currently working towards his final degree project for his Illustration Degree at Arts University Bournemouth and his idea is to recreate the first ever written story found on clay tablets (Gilgamesh) on iPads. Now, Liam does not have a dozen iPads laying around, which […]

Class 7 Trip London National Gallery Raphael 2

Leonardo or Raphael?

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Class 7 Visit the National Gallery in London Last week, Class 7 took the train to London to visit the National Gallery. In their Main Lesson block, they have been looking at three of the master artists of the Renaissance – Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, and Raphael. This trip was their opportunity to stand and […]

Class 11 in Search of Modernism at Tate Modern in London

In Search of the Avant-Garde

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Class 11 in London – In search of Modernism Before half-term Class 11, as part of their Art History main lesson, visited London to find Avant-garde artists, exploring several major galleries; Tate Britain The National Gallery Tate Modern Movements they’ve explored during their Art History Main Lesson were; the Pre-Raphaelites Fauvism Expressionism Futurists Surrealism Impressionism Realism […]

When Colours Smile

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by Elaine Holt –  Class 1 Teacher Colour fills our world with beauty. We rejoice in a magnificent sunset, glorious flowers or crimson leaves. We often choose clothes and decorate our homes to create restful or enlivening effects. If our surroundings are drab or the weather persistently overcast, we may mourn the loss of colour. […]

Welcome to New Staff

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I am Csaba Dolak, part of the faculty responsible for teaching the arts in the Upper School. Born in Hungary, after my studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Budapest I settled in England 17 years ago, where amongst various activities I attended the Waldorf Teacher Training Seminar in London, which heralded a new […]