Staff ID badge competition.
In collaboration with the IT department, students were given the task to design a new ID badge for the teachers and sixth form students. They were told that they could include anything in the design and to show Hornsea how you would like it to be seen. Miss Rowbotham and Miss Ridley judged the entries and a decision was made to award two winners. So congratulations to Rowan Smith and Eleanor Madden both in year 7 whose designs caught the eye
of the judges. They will each receive a £25 Amazon voucher.
Cherry Cup Winner 2019
A huge congratulations to Cara who is the winner of the Cherry Cup 2019! She was presented with her prize winnings and trophy by Mrs Egan. Please see the poster for details of the annual Hornsea Art Societies exhibition where Cara and the other three winners will have their art work exhibited.
Hornsea Art Society Annual Exhibition 2019.
Cherry Cup Winners.
We are pleased to announce the winners of The Hornsea Art Societies 26th Cherry Cup 🍒prizes. The judges said “We had a lovely time this afternoon doing the judging, as always it was so impressive and inspirational.”
1st place winning £50 and their name to be engraved on the Cherry Cup 🍒is Cara Baines (year 10) a huge congratulations to Cara.
2nd prize, winning £40 is Callum Holland (year 7)
3rd prize, winning £30 is Amarah Depass (year 9)
4th prize, winning £20 is James Westerby (year 8)
Congratulations to the winners. Prizes will be awarded at the up and coming celebration evenings. Work will be exhibited at the Masonic Hall in Hornsea during the summer holidays. Details of this exciting exhibition to be confirmed at a later date.
Best of the rest/ shortlisted
Year 7 Rowan Smith, Rosie Duckworth
Year 8 Frankie Reuell - Nesbit, Francesca Jeffs, Wayan Griffin, Max Osbourne, Charlie Bauckham
Year 9 Harvey Bates, Emma Maturova, Leila Woolfit, Katie Chau, Rosie Harvatt
Year 10 Megan Edwards, Kiki Moore, Lucy Wrightson, Mia Kilington, Mathew Harris, Stan Callaghan
Well done to everyone that entered, if students would like their art work returned to them, please see their art teacher in the first instance.
Mrs Egan (Head of Art)
Interconnected Art Exhibition
Design a mural competition
If you go down to the site today you will see some lovely artwork by some Hornsea School and Language College students who entered our design a mural competition, as well as details about the site and facilities and more. Check it out! Am sure you will agree we have very talented young artists in Hornsea!
The overall winner was Kirstie Drakeford a year 12 art student. She has won 3 months premier membership and a tablet, as well as seeing her design on the hoardings. A big congratulations to Kirsty and the rest of the winners.
This was a joint art and DT competition.
The Heritage on the High Street Project – Potter About Hornsea.
Art work has now been installed in the town as part of a public art trail celebrating the world-famous Hornsea Pottery. The shoal of fish on the market cross roundabout, the repeater signs on the pavements, the carved bricks in the pocket park, the Murmeration roundabout and elegance bench are all part of the project. Hornsea Area Regeneration Partnership (HARP) commissioned local artist Adele Howitt to create a series of artworks for the town inspired by the pottery’s people, processes and designs. Art students worked alongside Adele on the initial concept designs and poet Mary Ahern on a 'sharing memories' session talking to ex employers of Hornsea Pottery. Students carved iconic Hornsea pottery designs onto bricks that have transformed the pocket park.
Funded by monies raised from the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) and Arts Council England, along with funding from East Riding of Yorkshire Council, the 4 Good Fund and St Hugh’s Foundation, the trail consists of six pieces of art.
The legacy of the project was to invest in a kiln for the school and students have been given the opportunity over the last year to work on various ceramic projects. Some of the work has been completed as part of enrichment workshops after school, sixth formers completed a workshop with local ceramic artist Meg Burkill and some students chose to have a day in the art department, as a reward for achieving the most PD stamps, they were then able to work with clay! More projects are planned for the future.
A celebratory event to promote and launch the trail was held on Saturday 16th March. The event incorporated the Hornsea Ceramics Fair, including artwork exhibits from ceramic artists. We also exhibited the students' ceramic work along side the professional potters. Mrs O'Connor (assistant head), who attended the event said;
"I just wanted to say how fantastic it was to see the talents of the Art students on display as part of the pottery exhibition. The range of work - such high quality!- stood up against the ‘professional potters’ in the room and the way in which the students spoke passionately and knowledgeably about their work and the Hornsea pottery links was a real credit to the art department and the opportunities they have been given as part of the project. It’s great to see the work of the Art department recognised in the leaflets for the trail, and the work of the students so embedded within every part of the pottery celebration."
At the celebratory event poet Mary Aherne, who had previously worked with students to develop the poetry which is included in the park at Willows Corner gave a reading and this was followed by a talk by Councillor John Whittle about his experiences working at Hornsea Pottery.
The day was a real success and the students who represented the art department did us proud, so congratulations and thank you to Isobel O'Mahoney, Katie Chau, Halina Kubicki and Megan Dobson. We are also very proud of any students past and present who have been involved in the project, too many to mention, but a big thank you to them also.
Potter about Hornsea
Cherry Cup 2019
EXCITING ART NEWS....
The long awaited launch of the public art project that the art department have been involved with since 2014 is happening on Saturday 16th March. Please see poster advertising the event. All welcome.
The Gallery @ Salt preview of HSLC’s y13 art work
HORNSEA LIONS PEACE POSTER COMPETITION RESULTS 2018
Catherine receiving her first prize award, a £50 cheque and certificate from the Hornsea Lions this week, well done Catherine.
After much deliberation, judges Mel Watson and Jenny Eldred have chosen....Catherine 7MD as the first prize winner £50, Seb 7BEJ as the second prize winner and £30, Thomas as third prize winner £20
Well done to the three prize-winner’s. There were all three runners up, so well done to Rowan, Leah and Logan. Prizes and certificates will be presented after half term. For more general information about the international competition go to https://www.lionsclubs.org
Cherry Cup 2018
The Cherry Cup was founded by John Cherry, a Hornsea artist who made his living designing and painting heraldic shields. John also ran an art club at Hornsea School. His wife Thelma, who was also an artist and a member of Hornsea Art Society, donated the cup for the School Art Prize upon John's death. The Cherry Cup competition has been running since 1995.
Students from year 7 -10 had the opportunity to enter a piece of art work; any scale, medium or subject. Judging took place by two members of the Hornsea Art Society.
Congratulations to all students who entered; the four winners and the best of the rest'. A special congratulations to the overall winner; year 10 student Millie S. Her repeat portrait piece demonstrates a high level of skill. She will be rewarded with £50 and presented with the Cherry Cup