A Level Photography 2019

The arts staff at RIC agree that this was an epic year across all the art subjects taken this year. I was particularly impressed by the level of work produced by the A Level Photography students who showed not only creativity and a superb work ethic, but also a maturity in their vision and artist research. Continue reading A Level Photography 2019

GCSE Photography London Trip

On November 14th The RIC GCSE Photography students went on a trip to London to visit the Cecil Beaton exhibition and 1930s fashion exhibit at the Fashion and Textiles Museum in London as part of their coursework project. They were also encouraged to take photographs of the urban environment for their Art & Design project. First we visited Rochester Castle for a quick run through … Continue reading GCSE Photography London Trip

A Level Photography 2018

Some of the exceptional work produced by this year’s A Level students at RIC. Allanah Whitehead, Charlotte Bendkowski, Ella Barton, Gabriel Tiller, George Marlow, Harrison Fornasier, Harrison Wilson, Ruiqi Wang & Tyra Hartman. Continue reading A Level Photography 2018

RIC Summer Festival 2018

On June 28th RIC had their annual summer festival with captivating performances by the lower school drama students interpreting ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ and a hilarious 6th form version of John Buchan’s ‘The 39 Steps’. There were various musical performances by students and well known musician Henry Dagg playing some very curious instruments. Another highlight was the incredible talent on view in the Underhill theatre … Continue reading RIC Summer Festival 2018

Arts Week 2018

For this year’s Lower School Arts week students explored the artistic potential of the nearby coastal areas of Kent. We visited the castle and beach front at Whitstable, the Turner Contemporary Museum and harbour area of Margate, as well as a visit to Upnor Castle and the tidal beach along the adjoining River Medway. Students used various arts mediums including painting and drawing, photography and … Continue reading Arts Week 2018