Bexhill College Art students have been involved in a nationwide project sharing creative thoughts and ideas on the pandemic by submitting artwork for a national online exhibition
The Life After Lockdown project encourages anyone who wishes to make a creative response to the lockdown and its aftermath
When we went into Lockdown in March the Year 2, Level 3 Art & Design Extended Diploma students were just about to start their Contemporary Art Unit. The majority of the project was researched and developed during Lockdown at home during the student’s remote lessons. The work has now been completed and their final pieces installed at College.
Art and Design teacher Julie Clark sad “This project demonstrates the talent, commitment, hard work and resilience of our students during this time. It represents their personal experience and both the negative and positive aspects experienced during this time based around themes such as Family, Loss, Separation, Mental Health, Nature, Music and Black Lives Matter”
This exhibition is part of the ‘Life After Lockdown’ online exhibition for the NSEAD https://lifeafterlockdownproject.com/
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