Our aim is to enable the girls to discover and develop their creative skills at Queen Anne’s. The girls will explore a wide general range of areas of art and design including drawing, textiles, ceramics, photography and history of art. Art and design at Queen Anne’s aims to give students a broader understanding and experience of art and design techniques and issues; raise awareness of the art historical context in which they are working; develop more advanced recording and painting techniques, as well as to design and work in three dimensions. We also aim to encourage confidence to work on a larger scale, to produce imaginative work; to develop practical problem solving and construction techniques, leadership and team work. This will prepare girls for more complex still life painting techniques, and they will begin to explore textile processes.
THE ART CURRICULUM
Our Art building boasts 14 studio spaces, which include: dedicated studios for AS and A2 students with en-suite computer facilities, a ceramics studio, kiln room, plasterwork studio, machine workshop, lecture theatre and outside working areas. The first floor is home to a large studio, textiles room, and specialist photography areas including a purpose-built dark room, with wet and dry facilities, digital photography suite and a controlled light studio which also serves as an Art History teaching room.
WHERE WOULD YOU LIKE TO EXPLORE?
THE ART DEPARTMENT TEAM
Head of Art and Design: Ms Sarah Beales
Art & Design: Mrs Beverley Brooke-Mee
Art & Design: Mrs Julie Fogarty
Art & Design: Mr Rodney Pain
Art & Design: Mr Mark Webber
Animation: Mr Lang