ARTiculation Prize Competition

ARTiculation Prize Competition

On Monday 15 February, two Lower Sixth pupils entered the ‘ARTiculation Prize’ competition, a school run, nationally acclaimed annual event designed to promote the appreciation and discussion of art – by developing pupils’ confidence and ability to express their opinions about visual works of culture.

This year produced some very interesting and innovative topics: Lucas spoke engagingly about the nostalgic graphics in Moldenhauer’s computer game ‘Cuphead’, while Chloe passionately explored the feminist implications of Jean Paul Gaultier’s ‘Conical Corset’. 

The judges, who included Dr Gray, Lottie (former Art History pupil) and Anastastia (Upper Sixth and current art history pupil), found choosing a winner extremely difficult but gave first prize to Chloe.

Chloe will now compete in the regional final in Folkestone at the end of January.

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