6th Form Art Exhibition
A brilliant evening was had by all at the 6th form Art Exhibition.
At a time when schools seem to be placing less emphasis on the Arts it’s refreshing to see so much creativity, idea generating and individuality in this exhibition.
The job market of 21st Century is changing rapidly and the skills that are required are going to be diverse and changeable. However, we can be sure that creativity, visual communication and problem solving are going to be key skills required in any industry. Whilst looking around this exhibition the future is very bright in this region.
The idea for this exhibition stemmed from a meeting held at Finborough School late last year, where Finborough School, Norwich School and Dereham Sixth Form College decided to collaborate by sharing knowledge, skills and best practice across a range of artistic disciplines. The sharing of information enriches teaching and enables the departments to push the students further to even higher standards.
I am personally very pleased that we were able to welcome Norwich School and Dereham Sixth Form College to Finborough School and that they have taken the considerable effort to exhibit their fantastic work especially at the busiest time of the year with exams looming. However, being able to view the caliber of other students work, I hope, will spur on every student leading up to their exams.
Finborough School, Norwich School and Dereham Sixth From College are in an excellent position with a large number of Art and Design students obtaining places at some of the best Art institutions in the world. This exhibition is a great place to exchange ideas, reflect critically and of course develop networking skills in time for University.