We are delighted that Year 9 artwork has been featured in the Young Voices New Visions exhibition at Worcester Cathedral!
Young Voices New Visions is an annual exhibition run by Severn Arts, showcasing the artistic talent of young people from across Worcestershire. The artwork presented has been created by 50 local schools, individuals and community groups responding to our 2023 theme ‘Time’. The artwork presented spans a range of media including 3D artworks, photography and paintings skillfully curated by Richard Webb working with Steven Thomas and exhibition assistant Francesca Ridsdale.
Rachael Kings (NCW Art Teacher) has said the following:
“The inspiration/theme of the whole exhibition is Time and was set up through Severn Arts and is part of the Vision and Voices collective. We discussed what time could mean – a period of time such as seasons, an era, the Big Bang!, fossils, technological progress etc. We looked at History and what periods we could possibly use. From this each pupil was set the task to come up with images they felt summed up their choice of time period. Some of the students worked on the mechanism of the clock timepiece using polystyrene printing and Gelli Printing of cogs, wheels, bolts and nuts. We then joined forces and put all the pieces together to create a Passing of Timepiece. As their Art Teacher, I am very proud of the class as this is the first time we have taken part in the Vision and Voices exhibition through Severn Arts.”
Well done year 9, brilliant work!
Exhibition opening dates and times
Sunday 28 May – Sunday 2 July
The exhibition is taking place in the cloisters of Worcester Cathedral and will be open to visitors during normal Cathedral visiting hours, Monday – Saturday 10am – 5pm (last entry 4.30pm) and Sundays 1pm – 3pm (last entry 2.30pm). Admission is free.
For more information about the Cathedral please visit the Cathedral website.