SGIS IB Art Peer-to-Peer Session - April 2023
We would like to invite you to an IB Art Peer-to-Peer session on Friday, April 28th, 2023, from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM. The event will take place at Collège du Leman, Versoix (GE), Picasso artroom, and it's a great opportunity for IB art teachers to come together and discuss best practices in teaching art, as well as to moderate and discuss student works.
The peer-to-peer session is a chance for art teachers to share their experiences and expertise, learn from one another, and collaborate to create a better learning environment for their students. This is also an opportunity to network with other art teachers from different schools and learn about their approaches to teaching art.
The session will be facilitated by experienced art teachers and will cover various topics.
Agenda: The agenda would be to start around 8.30 and finish about 16.00 (we could continue later but around a drink)
- 8.30/8.45: welcome coffee
- 8.45/10.45: Exhibition discussion, Sabine Murray as an Exhibition examiner could give some good advice
- coffee break
- 11.00/13.00: Comparative study discussion
- lunch offered by our school
- 13.45/15.45: Process Portfolio discussion
- 15:45/16.00: feedback and closing session
Cost: free of charge (only your own travelling and hotel costs).
What to bring :
Your best practice +
at least 1 Moderated material for each component (to be uploaded here -common folder) and printed on A3 to show.
Venue: Collège du Leman, Versoix (GE), Picasso artroom
We hope you will join us for this exciting event and take advantage of this opportunity to connect with other regional art teachers. There are only five  spots left.
Thank you, and we look forward to seeing you there!
Contact person: Valérie Duvieusart-Courtade,
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SGIS ARTS LOGO COMPETITION - Results
The winners of the the SGIS Arts Logo Competition are Victoria (17) and Marie (17) from International School Rheintal. Their striking design was chosen by the SGIS Board, which made the following remarks: "We appreciated the movement incorporated in this logo, representing creative freedom. It is clean, light and fresh, with both SGIS and the Arts clearly communicated. This logo stood out as somewhat different from the others, with a nice dash of colour."
Victoria and Marie submitted the following rationale for their entry: "We created a logo for the SGIS website to introduce the new arts programme. This Logo design incorporates the elements of art which include drama, visual arts, dance and music through conceptual and visual forms. We created this logo by following the criteria and including our own creativity. Our logo consists mainly of shapes to portray a person surrounded by inspiration symbolizing a free-flowing spirit. We envisioned this as a representation of the art realm."
Many congratulations to Victoria and Marie, and thank you to all the students who took part in this event!