Shrewsbury School

Art Exhibitions and Talks

The Art School is centrally located on the school site and is a wonderful building with many large and light studio spaces and two galleries for exhibitions of pupils’ work and a continual programme of exhibitions by professional artists, local and national.

Please find below details of any forthcoming exhibitions for the current term.  Exhibition openings generally take place on Monday evenings, to which all pupils, parents, staff and any interested friends are welcome.

Forthcoming Art exhibitions and talks

Monday 26 February 2018

    Art Society: 'Edouard Manet and his influence on artists of the 20th Century': Fergus Reid (Art School)

    Fergus Reid is a graduate in History of Art and French. In the last 15 years he has been teaching History of Art and the History of Photography at Shrewsbury School. He has always been interested in the radical paintings of avant-garde French artist Edouard Manet and recently he has begun to think about what an impact Manet had on the work of 20th century artists.

    This lecture will look at some key paintings by Manet and discuss them in conjunction with some works of art of the 20th Century.

Tuesday 27 February 2018

    Exhibition of Works by Olivia Gregory, Printmaker & Photographer (Art School)

Sunday 4 March 2018

    Art: Lower Sixth History of Art Trip to the Imperial War Museum of the North, Salford (depart Alington Hall 10am, return 6pm)

Wednesday 14 March 2018

    Art: Film Club (Art School)

Saturday 17 March 2018

    Art: Scholars' Dinner (Peterson Room)
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