ARTiculation for 14 – 16 year olds
Discover ARTiculation Final 2017
12 July 2017
University of Leeds
Adjudicated by Kate Brindley, Head of Exhibitions and Collections at Chatsworth House
First Prize for presentation: Rebecca Lingard from Campsmount Academy, Doncaster
First Prize for research: Fox White, St Paul’s Girls School, London
With many thanks to the finalist schools:
Abbey Grange Academy, Campsmount Academy, Harrow Way Community School, Shirebrook Academy, St Paul’s Girls’ School
Discover ARTiculation is designed for Key Stage 4 students to express their opinions, thoughts and ideas about art with confidence, and to enjoy researching their chosen piece.
Each student is invited to submit (via their school) a 2-3 minute film of themselves speaking about a work of art, an artefact or a piece of architecture of their choice. Adjudicators from the University of Leeds and our partner galleries will view each film, looking at content, structure, delivery and the speaker’s original approach and unique potential before choosing entrants to go forward as finalists.
Finalists were invited to speak at the Final as part of the University of Leeds’ Articulating Art & Culture Experience Day. T
For more information contact Ellie Johnson E.K.Johnson@leeds.ac.uk
Discover ARTiculation Prize 2016
As part of the conference, students were introduced to careers in the arts and options for higher education. The day included an inspiring lecture given by Prof. Griselda Pollock to introduce History of Art, and a careers talk presented by the Association of Art Historians, campus tours and a teacher networking event.
The Finals took place in the afternoon, adjudicated by Lord Burlington. Six students gave presentations on works of art as diverse as Jason deCaires Taylor’s underwater sculpture entitled The Last Supper to photographer Alfred Eisentaedt’s image entitled V-J Day in Time Square.
Thank you to students and teachers from: Manchester High School for Girls, Shirebrook Academy, St Albans High School for Girls, St. Bedes Catholic College, Tudor Hall School, Wycombe Abbey.
Feedback from Discover ARTiculation 2016
Discover ARTiculation is great for encouraging pupils’ ‘voice’, and opportunity for self-expression.
Discover ARTiculation is excellent for confidence building, presenting and research. We’ve used film of students during moderation process
Discover ARTiculation encourages students’ passion and enthusiasm in art
All the students who took part agreed that Discover ARTiculation encouraged them to visit more museums and galleries in the future. Over half of the students said that Discover ARTiculation encouraged them to take Arts subjects in further education.