The A-level Summer Exhibition 2011 has been on display in London since 7 June, but is due to close in 5 days, so you’ll need to be quick if you want to see it in person. If you don’t get the chance, then don’t worry, as we have built a free App that allows you to explore the works on your iPad – alternatively, you can view the works on our website.
As we are constantly striving to help art exhibitions to become digital and more accesible for everyone, we collaborated with the Royal Academy of Arts to create an app for the A-level Summer Exhibition, which showcases the best of A-level art in the UK.
This is the only online exhibition in the UK for secondary-school students at A level. Over 900 artworks were submitted this year from schools across the UK. This year’s entries have been curated into three themes: Build, Bold and Bald.
The A-level Summer Exhibition has been curated from a shortlist by Royal Academician Michael Landy, RA Director of Exhibitions Kathleen Soriano, and third-year RA Schools student Lucy Coggle.
The app is free and features images, as well as videos of the winners selected for the final online exhibition. It is now available in Apple Store, and you can get it from here, or check out more of the artwork from the show here.