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26th February 2020
Thursday 27th February 2020 6pm – 8.30pm
Brampton College’s Art and Photography A Level Interim Show is tomorrow evening. This is the third year the department is showcasing students’ work midway through the course, and we very much hope that you can join us.
The exhibition highlights the work of our current A Level Art and Photography students. Each student has been developing a personal project since September 2019, and the work on display is the culmination of their efforts. The Art department at Brampton College encourages students to develop their ideas through high levels of experimentation with regular discussion and critique. Students have worked with a range of processes and media, including painting, installation, printmaking, digital and darkroom photography to realise their ideas.
The students present their work as a group of young artists. Working together to curate the exhibition, they have led the installation process, considering how to best present their work both individually and collectively in the space. They have each produced an accompanying text which will be collated in a catalogue after the event.
This interim show exhibits the work of the hugely successful department at Brampton College. Students have been awarded places at top university art departments including the prestigious University of the Arts colleges – Chelsea, Central Saint Martins and The London College of Fashion. Students have also gained places further afield at The School of Visual Arts and Parsons School of Design in New York. The success of the Art department is also reflected in consistently outstanding A level results, with 78% of students achieving A* or A grades, and 100% of students achieving A* – B grades over the last three years.
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