- Leicester High School for Girls
- The art room at Leicester High School is a hub of creativity fully equipped with a wide range of resources allowing students the opportunity to experiment and develop their skills. This blog is not only a further resource for students but also an opportunity to celebrate their successes in a more public forum.
Friday, 19 September 2014
This week has included a life drawing workshop, delivered by a tutor from the Royal Academy, and a visiting artist workshop with Ian Naylor. ( see www.iannaylor.co.uk ) The girls have really enjoyed both days and have completed a range of very experimental to detailed and precise drawings. A really valuable experience for them to build on their observational skills and confidence in drawing.
Monday, 15 September 2014
On the 3 September all girls in years 6 and 7 went to London, to see the Matisse exhibition at TATE Modern, then to see 'Matilda' at the Cambridge Theatre. This was a fabulous day and all the girls enjoyed both experiences.