Congratulations to four of Notre Dame’s A-level Art and A-level Photography students whose work is part of this year’s SFCA exhibition ‘Fake News’.
The annual Sixth Form College Association exhibition launched online on July 1 and will be available to view here until July 22.
All featured pictures have been created by sixth form college students. The exhibition showcases their creative interpretations of the Fake News theme, and explores the difficulties of distinguishing fact from fiction.
Notre Dame’s Art & Design Technician Ms. Abbie Mooney said, “The students have created their individual interpretations of the brief through photography, digital illustration and textiles. These five pieces are just a small selection of the variety of work produced in college this year. We are very proud that they have been chosen for this exhibition.”
Pictured above is Scrolling For Truth by Alyanna Maac (A Level Photography). Please scroll down to see the remaining four images.
A Real Revolution: Women in the Media by Riley Lawless-Coombes (A-level Photography)
Swimming with Goldfish by Alyanna Maac (A-level Photography)
Fake News by Jamila Hall (A-level Photography)
The Honest Truth: The Real Cost of Grenfell by Kimberley Kamau (A-level Art)