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IBDP Art Exhibition: An Evening of Wonder



After months of dedicated preparation our IBDP Visual Art students had the chance to exhibit their incredible pieces of work in the annual IBDP Art Exhibition. Hosted this time in ISHCMC Secondary’s Innovation center, upon entry our community were transported into an amazing art gallery.



The space was filled with an array of different themes, styles and mediums. From acrylic paintings, detailed pencil sketches, and digital prints, to scriptures, clothing and video animation. It was wonderful to see the vast depth of creative and powerful messages displayed throughout.



Speaking to attendees of the exhibition, one student shared “It has not been easy with many difficulties, (and now complete), we would like to thank and congrats every art student for all their hard work'. Students also thanked both the visual art teachers as well as the cleaners, sharing that they "Could not have done it without you".


HK, one of the students putting on an exhibition shared that he had created nine pieces in total. His pieces focused on the theme of depression, and he wanted to express the complex and complicated issue, showcasing how it can affect an individual. From producing acrylic portraits inspired by artists from the 1970s and 80s, molding his own hand, to producing pieces influenced by Siberia traditional clothing, HK’s exhibition was not only thought-provoking but also extremely impressive with the array of different approaches he used.




HK, one of the students putting on an exhibition shared that he had created nine pieces in total. His pieces focused on the theme of depression, and he wanted to express the complex and complicated issue, showcasing how it can affect an individual. From producing acrylic portraits inspired by artists from the 1970s and 80s, molding his own hand, to producing pieces influenced by Siberia traditional clothing, HK’s exhibition was not only thought-provoking but also extremely impressive with the array of different approaches he used.

Ella, a fellow Visual Arts IBDP student, explored the double-edged nature of human qualities, showcased how human flaws can be interpreted and asserted the notion that many human flaws are derived from positive traits. Totaling 10 pieces, her exhibition work spanned over a range of mediums from digital art, felt pens to even a plastic cast made from her father’s face. Ella’s exhibition brought across some powerful thoughts and instilled a unique perspective of evaluating human behavior and actions.



The IBDP Visual Arts Exhibition will be open to the ISHCMC Community until the 6th of April. Do drop by for an amazing experience.

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