An impressive and uplifting virtual art exhibition has been launched to showcase the creative hard work of students at Notre Dame Catholic High School in Norwich, reports Alex Savage.
A highlight of the year at the school has always been the Summer Art Exhibition. GCSE and A Level students showcase their work to the public. However, due to Coronavirus restrictions it was feared that this long held tradition would not take place this year.
Meanwhile, at home, students of all ages were getting creative during the lockdown. This resulted in an amazing selection of artworks being sent in by email.
Debbie McShane, Head of Art, was so moved by what the students had produced that she was inspired to find a way for an even larger audience than usual to enjoy what they had produced.
"It has been the first time in 26 years that I haven't been able to have a public Art Exhibition to celebrate the brilliant work of our students," she said. "However, this has motivated us to create an online 'virtual tour' that everyone is invited to explore and appreciate."
To explore Notre Dame's online gallery, with a surprise around every corner. click on one of the links below.
Key Stage 3/4 Exhibition - www.artsteps.com/view/5efb3f1cf055726197068ae1
GCSE and A Level Exhibition - www.artsteps.com/view/5f04866cd5db3b3b9d5c1af0
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