We were delighted to welcome young people from across London (and beyond) to our Sixth Form taster day. In Art, students used their 35-minute sessions to create ink and bleach paintings of a skeletal installation and in Textiles, hand painted screen-printed designs were applied directly to fresh cotton.
Last night was the private view of THE SCIENTIST AND THE FIREBRAND – an exhibition of etchings by students of St Marylebone School and the Heatherley School of Fine Art at the Brompton Cemetery Chapel, (5-22 July 2018). This show is inspired by the lives of two eminent women who are buried in Brompton Cemetery; the behavioural scientist, Jane Wardle and the political firebrand, Emmeline Pankhurst. One of our students gave a live performance of a song she had composed, which included lyrics from suffragette speeches. Well done to all the Year 9 Students who exhibited their works!