Winchester Match is one of the focal points of the Art School calendar, providing a platform for all pupils to showcase their achievements. In the days leading up to the event, studios are completely emptied, walls are painted and - under normal circumstances - our Year 13 pupils curate their final Pre-U exhibitions, which are always a highlight of Winchester Match.
This year, their work remains in storage but we are very much looking forward to a return to school and the opportunity to celebrate their fantastic achievements at the earliest opportunity.
In the meantime, we look back here at some of the best work shown in recent years.
22nd May 2020
How to teach and pursue practical subjects from home has been a learning curve but Head of Art, Michael Bruzon, explains that pupils have risen to the challenge, adapted quickly and produced engaging work, some of which is showcased here.
27th March 2020
As the Angelus Gallery temporarily closes to visitors, highlights from the latest exhibition can now be viewed online. Winchester's Head of Art reflects on the importance of hosting a community art exhibition.
26th March 2020
Whilst we wait for a knight in armour to save the day, our Head of Art History encourages us to use this time to look at the world around us with fresh eyes.
13th January 2020
The latest exhibition in Treasury looks at Winchester's significant contribution to British Art, particularly that of artists and scholars Rendall, Gleadowe and Clark.
18th June 2019
A beautiful new publication showcases 50 treasures from the school's outstanding collections.
24th May 2019
The 2019 Drew Travel art exhibition demonstrated the independence and maturity of the exhibitors as well as their creativity.