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Grade 10 marks an important end of the MYP, ushering in our High School students to the last two years' IB DP curriculum.

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Grade 12 Visual Arts Vernissage 2021-22

Meet the artists



Learn more about the IB DP visual arts course

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My vision of the world: landscapes, cityscapes and the interaction of the sky and urban architecture.

Link to Alicja's exhibit. 


Environmental issues, the negative human impact on the environment, the beauty of nature.

Link to Anastasia's exhibit. 


Shed light on the natural designs in the unnoticed creatures that inhabit our lives by using figurative art.

Link to Asako's exhibit. 


Investigate the spaces around us and details of the natural world, in familiar settings. 

Link to Ayako's exhibit. 


Explores my experience and feelings of solitude with both landscapes and cityscapes.

Link to Clémence's exhibit. 


Explore mystical and organic forms of nature using 2D and 3D; notably wearable 3D pieces. 

Link to Haruka's exhibit. 


Convey mental duality, the contrast between the physical and the mental; fractured mentality is a major theme. 

Link to Joséphine's exhibit. 


Explore ideas about perspective and isolated figures to show the loneliness that we feel in the city.  

Link to Kazuaki's exhibit. 


Explore motifs of urban landscapes and environments; architectural details and sections of streets. 

Link to Mia's exhibit. 



Explore abstract motifs and organic forms; their unique presence in the small details of our surroundings. 

Link to Sara's exhibit. 


Stylized and abstract pieces exploring colors, shapes and forms; cityscapes and landscapes. 

Link to Sayaka's exhibit. 


Explore two themes: water and the idea of an individual hiding their true personality.

Link to Tess's exhibit. 


Explore and communicate the uncertainty and unfairness of life through pain and suffering.

Link to Ulysse's exhibit. 


Explores movement through a variety of methods.  Themes include Paris architectural and the ocean.

Link to Vincent's exhibit. 


Capture the beauty and uniqueness of feminine features, challenging stereotypes and expectations.   

Link to Weronika's exhibit.