The College’s annual Summer Festival has already been and gone – somebody told me that we were in our 10th year of this lovely event – that cannot be right, […]
2018/19 has been a mammoth year for the Graphics team with our Year 10 students having their first taste of the GCSE course; two Year 11 groups and record numbers […]
Grand finale of RIC’s touring exhibition celebrating 35 Years of Visual Arts.
It was an exceptional year for GCSE Photography with some truly outstanding work produced. I was particularly impressed by the standard of work from students who had never done any […]
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 […]
Students at RIC year 7 up to 6th form have created 2 new murals at Rochester Train Station. Here they are along with station supervisor Helen Parker & RIC arts […]
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 […]
Well, I think the stats speak for themselves! Another fantastic year for the Art Department and our amazingly talented students – most of whom achieved their grades after only one […]
This year, Arts Week took our youngest students on a four-day residential to Cornwall. Our theme this year was ‘Landscape and The Environment’ and activities and workshops centred on this […]
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 […]
A selection of the very impressive work produced by this year’s GCSE photography students.
As part of a GCSE portrait project I asked students to research the life and work of David Bailey and recreate an image in his photographic style. Here are some […]