Please join us on Thursday 21 June to celebrate the beautiful final pieces from our hardworking A Level Art students.
Our A Level Art students have been exploring many interesting themes during their final year at Queen Anne’s, and in turn have created stunning and emotive final pieces. Cindy in the Upper Sixth would like to share the story behind her art.
The 4s have been busy in their art lessons investigating ‘Arts of Mexico’, in particular Frida Khalo, who they have been creating portraits of.
On a cold and wintery January morning, 11 of the Queen Anne’s School A Level Art students left school to make their way to St Ives for a weekend of creativity and all things art, the 5 hour-train journey and weather didn’t dampen their spirits on this trip however.
A Level Art students from Queen Anne’s visited the Reading University Centre for Integrative Neuroscience and Neurodynamics (CINN) to meet with Professor Tom Johnstone.
Sixth Form students from Kendrick School in Reading have been joining Queen Anne’s students for life drawing classes.
On Wednesday 20 and Thursday 21 January, The Bread Collective came to the Art Department at Queen Anne’s to install two new pieces of artwork based on typography. The Bread Collective are a group of artists and designers who have worked for many clients both in the UK and abroad. Each of the pieces in the department […]
The Art Department are pleased to announce the opening of their new installation, “You are What You See”, which is available to view in the Art department. The artwork features just the eyes of some of our current pupils and staff across 3 walls of the department. The piece of artwork was conceived as a way […]
The Art Department are pleased to announce that artist, Mark Andrew Webber, will be working at Queen Anne’s for the next academic year. Mark will be teaching weekly workshops for all our Art Scholars from September 2015. Mark is an up and coming artist who has exhibited his work both here and abroad. Working primarily […]