Fantastic opportunity to do some art and design work experience with the professionals. Check out the website, see the dates and book in, it is that simple.
Year 12 A’level Art students took part in a weaving workshop with artist Jo Atherton.
Atherton is an artist who creates fascinating and playful tapestries using flotsam and materials found from scouring the coastlines of the UK.
She is fascinated by the curiosities that the tides wash up on to our beaches, the history associated with them, where they came from and who they belonged to.
Jo’s work is currently on display at the Artismeet gallery in Watersmeet until 26th February 2026.More about Jo can be found at www.flotsamweaving.com
Arts for Change: a three day Art / Drama / Music AG&T collaboration between Year 8 students and staff from St Joan of Arc, St Clement Danes, Queens’ and Watford Palace Theatre.
Following an initial workshop from The Time to Change campaign, students from the three schools were led by Arts Professionals in exploring the theme of challenging stigma attached to mental health and produced some inspirational and highly creative work. Here is a selection of photos from the workshops.
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Year 7 students enjoyed their Art and RE trip to the National Gallery. Students were given a talk by gallery staff on Religious symbolism in Art. Back at school students have recorded and illustrated their analysis of one of the paintings.
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Year 8 Art Club started this week with pumpkin carving.
If you would like to come to Art club please sign up with Mrs Henderson.
We meet on Tuesday lunchtimes.
Saint Joan of Arc Art Department hosted a dynamic, day-long, creative drawing workshop run by The Royal Academy. With the life model at the centre of the day’s activities, the programme provided a unique opportunity for Art Students to explore a wide variety of approaches to drawing as a vehicle for developing their own creativity.