Creative Arts trip to Oxford

A-level Fine Art, Graphic Communication and Textiles students visited the beautiful university city of Oxford.  

Students were able to take in the architectural beauty of the city and visited the Pitt Rivers Museum which displays the archaeological and anthropological collections of the University of Oxford.  Housing over 600,000 objects, photographs and manuscripts from almost every country in the world and from all period of human existence, the displays – showing over 55,000 artefacts – are organised by type, rather than geographical region or time period. This typological arrangement can function as a ‘democracy of things’ and encourage global cross-cultural reflection and celebration of human creativity and cultural diversity.  A fantastic day was had by all and A-level Graphic Communication student Elienai Peprah remarked he was in awe of “The beauty of how artefacts can capture moments of human existence.”

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