Each Summer the Dulwich College Art Department hosts an exhibition of pupils’ work as part of our Founder’s Day celebrations.
This year the exhibition will be held in the South Cloisters in the hope that the boys’ wide-ranging endeavours will reach a larger audience. The art on display will encompass a wide variety from across the age range and will showcase the students’ talents in many disciplines.
Come and see the brooding, evocative urban scenes depicted in Cameron Pyne Smith’s drypoint etchings; marvel at Will Reid’s amazingly sophisticated film and enjoy the intense, analytical drawings produced by our Year Seven boys. There is three dimensional work too where pupils of all years explore the world of ceramics and sculpture. Year Eight clay portraits should delight, but there are also pieces using mould-making and slip-casting techniques with precious materials such as porcelain.
GCSE and A Level sketch books will be on display, which serve to confirm the artistic and intellectual independence of our students.
If you would like an invite for the private view on Friday 29th or visit the show on Founder’s Day, Saturday 30th, please contact the College via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 020 8299 9206.