Successful entries into the Royal Academy Youth Art Exhibition

Successful entries into the Royal Academy Youth Art Exhibition

This year over 6200 participants entered the British Royal Academy of Art Young Artists Summer Exhibition Competition. This world renowned Art Academy opened in 1768, and have been having summer Art Exhibitions for 250 years. The youth competition only allowed entrants from British Schools, or British Schools overseas, to apply to have their work in the Young Artist online exhibition.

We are excited to announce that five of our pupils gained recognition. Adiya Kussaiyn and Lilly Scholz were shortlisted, and Alima Gaisina, Bibigul Tussenova, and Latifa Ibragimova were accepted into the sought after exhibition.

The work in the exhibition can be seen on the Royal Academy website from 10th June-31st December 2019. https://youngartists.royalacademy.org.uk/exhibitions/2019

An incredible achievement- Well done to these talented pupils!

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