Jasmine, a Year 12 student, has been awarded second place in the national ‘ARTiculation’ competition, run by the Roche Court Educational Trust to promote the appreciation and discussion of visual culture.
This competition runs annually and was held virtually at the National Gallery, hosted by Gabriele Finaldi, Director of National Gallery, and judged by Professor Griselda Pollock, Art Historian.
“I’m very proud to have come second in the ARTiculation competition and to share a piece of art on a subject which is important to me.” – Jasmine, Year 12
Jasmine Y12, has successfully completed four rounds of the competition, securing second place from over 1000 pupils. Her discussion centred around Adrian Brandon’s ‘Stolen’ series of artwork highlighting the black lives lost too early.
“Jasmine has provided a really insightful approach to a hard-hitting subject matter and both the Art dept and the School are incredibly proud of her achievement.” – Alicia Matts, Teacher of Art History.