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PHUKET: The British International School Phuket (BISP) Year 13 Visual Arts Exhibition was officially opened earlier this month, and students’ work will be available for viewing until April 24.

The exhibition includes 48 unique pieces by three different student artists. In addition, the Year two students will have their elephant prints on display.

The following is a transcript of the opening speech given by Year 13 student, Nathanon Khanijow, one of the three Year 13 IB artists whose work will be showcased this month:

The exhibition includes 48 unique individual pieces by three different student artists. In addition, the Year two students will have their elephant prints on display. Video: PGTV

Good afternoon parents, teachers and fellow students,

As you may know, the IB Visual Arts course has undoubtedly been a demanding experience for we three artists – late hours in the studio, sleepless nights and paint-covered uniforms. However, today, Jooyeon, Inthuon and I are proud to present the results of our hard work and devotion.

Undertaking Visual Arts as an IB subject has not only inspired us to think creatively, but also to become thoughtful individuals.

Tackling 21st-century controversies through art – by examining topics such as obesity, anorexia, racism and many more, we have opened our perspectives exceptionally. Whether it be fashion, graphics or textiles, we have found ourselves developing a keen passion to continue to undertake arts and design into the future.

These skills learned and shared over the years will certainly assist us in the time to come, where we strive to forge careers in the creative field. Next year, we will hopefully find ourselves chasing our dreams. With Win and myself in the UK and Joanne in Korea.

In order for all this to become possible and presentable, I would like to give a big thank you to our respective teachers, Mrs Claire Lester and Mrs Kathy Manthei Coulson, who have shown and guided us through the elaborate approaches and interpretations of Visual Arts.

Each piece of art around these corridors has been done with careful thought and consideration and therefore we hope that you enjoy the exhibition. Thank you.

— Phuket Gazette

 

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