The 16-19 student visual essay competition is open to all young people aged 16-19 years who are studying or interested in art, art history and the humanities subjects.
Developed in partnership with FE and sixth form tutors, this digital project is centred on twentieth-century art historian Aby Warburg and utilises Pinterest. Pinterest is a great way to collect images digitally and to shift through the multitude of artworks that are available on the internet. We are asking students to create a visual essay based on and around an artwork from The Courtauld Gallery collection.
The project brief supports students in developing visual literacy, research skills, knowledge and confidence for the critical and contextual component of the Art and Design A-level, BTEC and for the EPQ.
HOW TO ENTER:
The Competition opens on the 29th September 2014. The deadline for submissions is the 12th December 2014.
Details on how to submit student work digitally are covered in the brief.
Our Information for Teachers guide contains detaild of CPD opportunities and workshops that we offer to support you in delivering this project.
Find out more:
- Student Competition Brief
- Information for Teachers
- Application Form
- The Courtauld Guide to Using Pinterest