Curriculum –> Art
On Thursday 25/2/16 we headed off on our Art Gallery day trip early; 7:30 to be exact, and then we had a long bus journey ahead to London. Once we were in London we firstly went to the TATE modern were all the modern day art is exhibited, from huge sculptors to large expressive art paintings and photography. There were 5 different floors of which different types of art were separated in to categories. London seemed really vibrant and exciting, there were buskers on the street and even people blowing giant bubbles amongst the passers-by.
After that we walked back to the bus were we got on and drove to the TATE Britain. Once we were at the TATE Britain we walked around drawing the art that we liked and discovering work from different ages and eras of art, this gave us a feel of how European art has changed over the years.
First place for the TOG famous portrait goes to Abi Merrell’s pastel portrait of Dylan O’Brian (Teen Wolf); Second prize Krishel Satu’s Hugh Kackson and 3rd goes to Ruby Fenn’s Che Guevara.