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Urban Clash: An Exhibition by William Morris Sixth Form Art & Design Students at

The Apothecary Photography Exhibition

Private View: Tuesday 1st March 5 - 7pm
Exhibition runs until 6th March | contact the gallery for opening times
Part of Apothecary Gallery Arts Education Programme
The programme gives students the opportunity to work in a professional environment; exploring curating, event promotion and presentation and developing their social and interactive skills and confidence. /


The A2 photography students will have an exhibition at the Apothecary Gallery on Monday 8th February entitled 'Contemporary Identities'.




The Art and Design annual trip to Paris took place on Wednesday 11th March 2015. Twenty four A Level  &  BTEC advanced Art and Photography students went along. It was a long day that everyone thoroughly enjoyed despite the early departure and late evening arrival back to London



AS Graphic Communication students receiving the certificates at the Victoria and Albert Museum.                                                                                                


AS Graphic Communication students took part in the Victoria and Albert museum competition and created designs for a tote bag which was to be sold in the V&A shop. One student Estefany Caicedo Portillo received an award for the best design from WMSF, which she has presented to the jury and the audience at the V&A museum on 9th February. Two runner-up students, Cansu Ozkaraca and Jake Howitt, were congratulated for their designs by the jury. All students received the certificates for participating in the project and their work was displayed digitally at the V&A museum.


Apothecary gallery in Hammersmith. 


A2 Photography and BTEC L3 Art & Design students from William Morris Sixth Form exhibited their work during February and March in the Apothecary gallery in Hammersmith. The Visual Arts department in WMSF has an on going collaboration with the Apothecary and each year we showcase work from our students.