Rose Hill artwork in the Royal Academy Summer Show
The first ever Young Artists’ Summer Show hosted by the Royal Academy is filled with inspiring artworks by talented young artists aged 7-19 from the UK and beyond.
There were over six thousand pieces of artwork submitted and they were judged by panels of art experts including Royal Academicians, RA curators and RA Schools students. The exhibition is curated by Royal Academician Bob and Roberta Smith.
Rose Hill School had nine entries shortlisted, four of those pupils have their artwork displayed in the online gallery and two pupils have their artwork on display at the Royal Academy, congratulations to Claudia and Fraser in Year 4!
Uschi Moore, Head of Art at Rose Hill School said “all of the pupils shortlisted for this summer show should be extremely proud of themselves, the standard of work is phenomenal. I am particularly proud of Fraser and Claudia and look forward to visiting their work at the Royal Academy this summer”.
The Young Artists’ Summer Show will be online from 10 June – 31 December 2019, and a selection of these artworks will be on display at the RA from 13 July – 4 August 2019 https://youngartists.royalacademy.org.uk/exhibitions/2019.
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