Art and Design students have recently been making the most of the opportunity to see some real art up close, first hand, locally and for free. The Iona Gallery in Kingussie is currently showing “Object: Subject”; a Highland Council touring exhibition. Here we can see a bunch of our Senior Phase pupils honing their “critical […]
The Art Club were busy on Monday lunchtimes working on their Weaving projects. Come along any Monday lunchtime to Miss Thomson’s art room if you fancy having a go, all years welcome.
The Art Department received a very exciting delivery last week from Kate Swan, the producer of the film ‘Kiss the Water’ which is showing at the Iona Gallery on the 5th February to launch the Kingussie Food on Film Festival this year. She has sent us some of the animation slides used in the movie created […]
Recently KHS had a magnificent trip to Edinburgh with all of the S4, S5 and S6 Art, Design and Photography. As part of the trip the group visited the National Gallery where they had a tour of the Impressionist and Post-Impressionist collection before being able to explore some of the other famous artworks. The group were […]
Nearly 500 people packed into the Iona Community Gallery for the week long Kingussie High School ‘High Art’ Exhibition last week. Exhibition curators Mr Davie Douglas (Head of Art at KHS) and Miss Katie Thompson (Art Teacher) were absolutely delighted with the turn out and community support. “Putting on an exhibition is a lot of hard work,” said Miss Thompson, “but […]
Over 70 of our pupils are exhibiting their Art and Photography work at The Iona Gallery over the weekend. Free Entry and doors open Saturday (29th) and Sunday (30th) November 11am – 4pm. Full list of pupils who have work on display here: http://goo.gl/Mt7Tq0. We took Art Classes along to see the exhibition today and […]
Photography students Lee Anne Menzies, Jade Jacob, Eilidh Anderson, and Shannin Cooke have been getting to grips with selecting work for Kingussie High School’s forthcoming exhibition of Art and Design, and Photography work, at the Iona Gallery, Kingussie. Headteacher Ollie Bray said, “We are so pleased with the high quality of the work that is […]
Great to see some of the work of our Nat4/5 pupils up in The Iona Gallery as part of the Homecoming Textiles Exhibition. Well done again to Flossie Keegan who designed the poster for the Exhibition as well. Soon the work will be sent to be put on display in Canada!
Yesterday afternoon we started our ‘What home means to me’ project that is being run with our partners at The Iona Gallery in Kingussie. The work produced will be part of the Homecoming 2014 Textiles Exhibition that will take place in Kingussie (in October) and On taro, Canada (in January 2015).