On April 5th, from 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM, at our Vesetas street 3 campus, we proudly present “An IB Victim’s Melodrama,” an inspiring IB Art Exhibition by our Grade 12 student, Stella. This event is not just an exhibition but a significant milestone in Stella’s IB journey, accounting for 40% of her IB art grade.

Each IB HL Art student undergoes the challenge of creating 8-11 cohesive artworks for their final exhibition. Stella’s collection is unified by the theme of emotions—a theme that emerged naturally as she navigated through the intense experiences of the past two years, channeling her feelings into her art.

This exhibition aims to resonate with visitors on a personal level, challenging societal narratives around expressing emotions. Stella’s work aspires to provide comfort and reassurance, conveying the message that it’s okay to feel and express emotions freely.

Throughout her IB Art course, Stella has delved into the study of human expressions and figures, making people the focus of her exhibition. Attendees will witness a diverse range of materials, styles, and techniques, reflecting Stella’s exploration and development of her unique artistic voice.

Despite being the sole art student in Grade 12 this year, Stella’s dedication and passion have culminated in this solo exhibition—a testament to her creativity and resilience. The anticipation and support from peers and teachers have been overwhelming, adding to the excitement and pressure of presenting her work to the ISR community.

Join us to explore Stella’s emotional and artistic journey, where each piece tells a story of vulnerability, strength, and the universal experience of navigating through emotions. Let’s support Stella and experience the comfort and connection her art brings to us all.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to celebrate the talent and hard work of our students. We look forward to seeing you at “An IB Victim’s Melodrama” and sharing in this special moment of artistic expression and emotional exploration.