Our latest Art Adventure!
The Royal Academy of Art are hosting a Summer Show competition, and are inviting entries until the 26th April, 2021.
We have had some beautiful work sent in already. Don't forget, you can send in pictures of up to 3 pieces of art that you are proud of and they can be in any medium you like. Have you made a 3D structure, worked with clay, used acrylic paint, sequins, ink or watercolours? You might have already completed the art you would like to submit, or it could be a brand new piece. If you would like to use a piece submitted to our previous competition, let me know and I can photograph it for you :-)
Oliver - Year 6
Zoya - Year 6
The Young Artists’ Summer Show is a free exhibition for young artists aged 5 - 19 years old. The art work you can see on this page were all prize winning entries from 2020 - think you can top this? Of course you can! Grab your pen, pencil, brush, cardboard, glue or whatever takes your fancy - throw in a ton of imagination and bring that beauty in your mind out into the world. I can't wait to see what you create!
What kind of art should I do?
Anything you like! The artwork can be made using any medium (a word for the materials you’ve used to create your piece). It can be a painting, sculpture, photograph, installation, video, drawing, or a combination. There is no theme so art can be of any subject and they don’t mind when you made the artwork as long as you are between 5-19 when you submit it. (If you would like to submit the art work that was entered for the competition we held in school, just let me know!)
Prizes are awarded for two inspiring artworks from each key stage, as chosen by the President of the Royal Academy, and you can also vote for your favourite artwork in their annual People’s Choice Award. Take a look at the 2020 prize winning artworks. https://youngartists.royalacademy.org.uk/exhibitions/2020/galleries/7
How can I enter?
Submitting artwork is completely free and is done online. Our school is registered, so your artworks can be submitted via Mrs Brownsell (via email@example.com ). (Please note permission forms in the Downloads section).
Each student can submit up to three artworks of any type and remember, there is no theme so let your ideas go crazy. When you enter, you’ll need to give images of your artwork plus some information about the piece such as title, size, and a little text about the artwork and why you made it. Your artwork will be seen by the panel of judges at the Royal Academy of Arts, and the selected pieces will be shown in their online exhibition, some of the artworks will also be shown at the Royal Academy of Arts.
Judging will take place on 1st May. The online (and hopefully onsite also ) exhibition will launch on 11th July.
For all other information, please see the Royal Academy of Arts website https://youngartists.royalacademy.org.uk/get-involved .
*** There is important information regarding submission of work, permission forms and how to successfully photograph your work in the Downloads section below. ***
HOPE & LIGHT ART COMPETITION - 2020
THE RESULTS ARE IN !!!! This has to be my favourite part of being the Art Curriculum Co-ordinator. Thankfully, I don't have to judge the work - this would be such a tough job! But I had lots and lots of helpers. Children from all the classes across the school voted for their favourite pieces and from this we got year group winners, a winner for Key Stage 1 & 2, and a winner of the award from Art With a Heart, by our guest judge, Karen Wroe! Please look in the downloads section for the 'Results In' powerpoint to share in congratulating all our winners :-)
🌟🎅🏼Be a Santa to a Senior🎅🏼🌟
Home Instead Senior Care, Altrincham are running a special Christmas project to reach out and connect with those who might be isolated or struggling, particularly this year with all that it has brought. (As background, this company helps elderly people stay in their own homes by providing help with everyday care which might prove challenging).
They are taking part in a project in the run up to Christmas called 'Be a Santa to a Senior' where gift packs are being distributed to elderly people who may be isolated or struggling in some way. They would love a part of this pack to be handmade Christmas cards, which is where Oldfield Brow comes in. Classes are creating homemade Christmas cards to be included in these pack, in the hopes of spreading good cheer and festive good will across our region. The designs are unique to the classes and children who create them, and those I have seen already have been so beautiful and thoughtful. Well done everyone!
(Cards have no identifying information on them)
Here is just a small selection of the cards which have been created by classes across the school already! I have been hearing how much the children have engaged with discussing how some people might be lonely or isolated at Christmas, and reading the heart-felt messages that have been written inside show just how caring and thoughtful the pupils are.
HOPE & LIGHT ART COMPETITION - 2020
Judges from all the classes across the school are busy getting their votes in for their favourite pieces of art in our competition. It has been brilliant to see the faces of the children as they make their choices, and I am so looking forward to being able to announce the winners once the results are in. Pictures of the entries can be viewed below :-)
Here are some of judges! Thank you so much, children of Reception Moonbeams and Year 1SC!
Rosie Yr 4
Chloe Yr 4 Vivian Yr 4 Lana Yr 4
Leah & Jamie Yr 4
Vivian Yr 4