School has been whizzing through so quickly lately. The only major topic that has been on everyone’s mind is the exams. “If I do this for this subject and that for that subject, I will guarantee my spot for sure!” I say it all the time, so I’m not going to go hysterical about it.
As of this Friday the 13th November, I have exactly one month ‘til I leave this place. But before I get excited about the holidays, or even the exams, I have yet another obstacle to get through. The IB HL Visual Arts assessments.
I’m excited. An examiner is going to be coming to the school from Wednesday to Friday to basically examine our art pieces whilst interviewing us on our view on art. Our art class is split into two groups, and I was put into a group with a lady examiner. Don’t know if it’s a good thing, but I do hope she’s lenient.
I spent today planning and setting up my exhibition. Put up my major pieces first, then assigned different spots for the more minor pieces. Though it was a nice cold breezy day, I was still sweating underneath my shirt (yes, shirt, not jumper.)
It took almost 2 hours setting up the whole exhibition, which wasn’t actually that long, considering some people are still not done yet. Still have minor touches to add on tomorrow before I call it quits.
My art exhibition will be up from Wednesday night onwards in the Hirshfield Mack. Go have a look and tell me what you think!
I’ll put up a full review when its done.