[Student Report] A Celebration of Achievements in Early Childhood Visual Arts

On 13-14 November, creativity ran amok as artwork made by Preparatory and Primary students were displayed in the atrium and auditorium. From sweeping photography of the Great Wall, to inventive masks depicting the creepiest of crawlies; these pieces of art represent the best, cumulative efforts of AISHK students in the visual arts.

This event was the result of the hard work of all the students in Prep and Primary. The students worked all year learning about the values, elements, and techniques of the fine arts that resulted in some spectacular pieces of work, of which they picked out their best to contribute to the exhibition.

It was amazing to see the incredible quality of creativity our students possess, as well as how much they have developed over the year.

Curtis Chong | Guest Writer (Year 10S)