Latest Edition: Original

In partnership with Royal Bank of Canada

 

Welcome to the BRIT Now Original Edition

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"Slightly disgruntled Magpie" —  Izzy Burghard

“RBC’s purpose is to help communities prosper, and a critical component of that is supporting the important role the arts play in enriching our lives. We are thrilled to partner with The BRIT School, as part of the RBC Emerging Artists Project in the UK. The devastating impact of COVID-19 means artists need help more than ever to bridge the gap from ‘emerging’ to ‘established’, and we are committed to contributing to that journey.”

— Prue Thompson, Senior Director of Marketing and Client Engagement, Royal Bank of Canada

 

This piece is made using melted wax on a square canvas.
This piece represents creating strong bonds with people too quickly and how it can be toxic and suffocating if you only focus on your relationship. Sometimes we can get so involved in someone that we forget everything around us, this hurts not only those around us, but ourselves too. — Imogen Pottle

June 21 — Todd Dachtler Yr 10

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'Now The Wolves Will Run' — Verity Firth & Olivia Zamprogna Yr 11

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Lockdown — Theo Ellis Yr 10

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Spitfire — Zach Drolét Yr 12

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Rumours — Ophir Fifi Tal Yr 12

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Troublemaker - Sirine Jahangir Yr 12

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“It is better to fail in originality than to succeed in imitation”

Herman Melville

The Mask — Naila Owusu Yr 10

 

Vibez Dasit ft. NTX — Sofia Ali Yr 13

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The Royal Bank of Canada Emerging Artists Programme in Partnership with The BRIT School

As a committed supporter of the arts, RBC launched their Emerging Artists Project in Europe in November 2020. The BRIT School were delighted to be chosen as a lead partner in this forward-thinking programme that perfectly aligns with the School’s commitment to nurture talent and break down the barriers to arts and culture. 

Walking — Willa Russell Yr 11

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Selected Art Work

Love is Love — Izzy Burghard Yr 11
 
Giyuu Moment — James Iusiumbeli Yr 11
 
Original — Olivia Pires Zamprogna Yr 11

 

Al Bennett Yr 12

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Lola Malini Raman Yr 11

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Izzy Burghard — Yr 11

Olivia Pires Zamprogna — Yr 11

Inlandish — a short film by Rhys Elsey - Yr 13

Year 12 Film & Media Production Student

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