Tag: Photography

Back to the Baltic

Three groups of AS /A level and GCSE Art and Photography students attended the Baltic and Side Gallery. The visits were arranged to coincide with the GCSE and A level examination paper and help support student’s development of their own ideas.  The student’s responses, attitude and reflections on the work was outstanding with some genuine …

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Photography Workshops at CCAD

Cleveland College of Art & Design was the destination for Sixth Form Photography students participating in a photography workshop. Whilst there, Sixth Former Chloe Ebdon was interviewed and has been given an unconditional offer onto her chosen course! We are establishing strong links between the degree programmes and our Sixth Form which is already paying off.

Newcastle Photo Trip

AS and A level photography students have undertaken a practical photography visit exploring the theme ‘Urban Environment’. The intention of the visit was to engage the students immediately through a practical experience, exploring their own ideas and interpretation of the starting point.

A Snapshot of Success

Last week saw examination moderators assessing the hard work of GCSE and A Level Art & Photography students.  Seeing the completed pieces together for the first time in their showcase really outlined the talent of our budding creatives. Below is a snapshot of some of the excellent work produced this year.

Baltic Brilliance

Our current AS and A level Fine Art and Photography students ventured to the Baltic Contemporary Gallery to kick start their own investigations in support of their exam. The students showed a really positive attitude and were engaged with all aspects of the work on show. The Photography groups also visited ‘The Side’ photographic gallery …

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A group of AS and A level students attended an interesting exhibition called ‘Childhoods’ as an introduction to a new assignment.  CHILDHOODS crosses four continents opening up stories about young people that are often ignored or misrepresented. It brings together film and photography created between 1977, when Side Gallery first opened, and now. The student’s responses, attitude …

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