BRIT Black History: Dec 2021

In partnership with Royal Bank of Canada

 

Master of My Own Destiny - Sapphire Walters Yr 13

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British Leaders of Black Power — Sara Sheppard Yr 11

This digital painting was created to highlight key figures from the British black power and Panther movements in the 1960s. It is important to remember and celebrate the fight for Black rights in the UK as it can often be forgotten. For more information on each of these amazing leaders I recommend watching the BBC documentary 'Black Power: a British Story of Resistance.' - Sara Sheppard



Don't judge a book by its cover - Zak butterworth Yr 13

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Katherine Johnson - Holly Morton Yr 10

The Other Side - Skye Ambrosius Yr 13

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My Hair. My Afro. My Crown. - Finlay Rae Sinclair Yr 10

Never Be Limited By Other People's Imaginations - Adriana Figueroa

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To the Roots - Rebecca Sege

 


Rosa Parks - Ella Edwards Yr 12

This piece is for an independent project with the theme of ‘Transitions’ and I chose the sub-theme ‘Black History’. I decided to use fine liner to draw Rosa Parks as she transitioned and changed the world through her brave activism, the most well known act being when she refused to give up her seat on a segregated bus in 1955.

Power - Elena Agostinelli Yr 10

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Never Sets - Joe Bernstein Yr 11

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A Life of Determinations, A Tribute to Betty Campbell - Olivia Wahl Yr 11

 

“Since joining The BRIT School and coming from an international school background, it has been noticeable how The BRIT School is an organisation where allyship has been promoted within its core mission and values. Equity is embedded in The BRIT School's culture, and we are all taking responsibility to promote and be an ally.”

 - Jennifer Surujpaul, Head of IT & Digital at The BRIT School

National Colours - Scarlett Lightfoot Yr 10

Annabel Hassan Yr 11


Leela West — Yr 11

 

 

Luna Hills Yr 11

Special Thanks to the BRIT Digital Leaders Al, Declan, Eliott, Rhys and Xav.