RIC Winners at ISA London South Arts Comp

GCSE and A level students in Art & Design and Film & Media stormed this year’s Independent Schools Association Arts Competitions scooping five individual wins, three second places and three high commendations. Well done everybody, what a fantastic achievement – we are so proud of you.

The winners now go forward into the National competition later this academic yer.

ISA 2020 – RIC

Exciting News

You know how people are always saying “I’m going to write a book” or indeed “I’m writing a book”, but then it never gets finished or you realise it’s rubbish or you realise you’ve got literally no good ideas?

Well, one of our Year 11s has done it and it’s on Amazon! … Let’s all support him by buying a copy, an ideal stocking filler for Christmas.

Well done to Martin! – You Can Find It Here

Film Success for RIC Students

The ISA Film & Digital Art Competition is held annually and is a fantastic opportunity to showcase both creative and technical skills to produce art works in the digital genre by students in independent schools in the UK.
There are three categories: Computer Animation, Short Film and Digital Art.
Two of our Film and Digital Media and Design students were recognised, one as the overall winner in the Key Stage 5 Animation Category and one in third place for the Short Film Category in Key Stage 5.

The ISA praised. the animation, ‘Disconnected’, stating ‘This raw, disturbing animation about the mental health challenges of lockdown contained powerful imagery, twinned with an all-too-relatable cautionary tale about mobile phone obsession. It generated real empathy for the tortured main character, the soundtrack was brutally effective, and it packed a real punch overall. Very impressive work.’

And the praise for the short, ‘Like it is,’ discusses ‘A powerhouse performance, great editing, good use of a single location and props made this a pleasure to watch. I loved the soundtrack and use of animated titles. Full of charm and truly heartfelt.’

KS5 Animation | Short Film

UAL Virtual Open Days

With so many virtual events to choose from, it can be difficult to find the right one for your students to attend. So we’ve written a summary of the virtual open days taking place across our 6 renowned Colleges to help you.

We hope they can join us to find out about our subject areas and courses, see what it would be like to be a student here, and get advice on portfolios, accommodation and more.

Find the right event – and be sure to encourage them to book a place.

Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon Colleges of ArtsWhen: 3 November – 9 December

Discover Central Saint Martins
When: 9 – 13 November

Discover London College of Communication
When: 2 – 25 November

Discover London College of Fashion
When: 4 November, 2 – 5 December

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