The Gold Arts Award Portfolio for Savannah Mbungu at Treasure House CIC
Below is all of the evidence for my Gold Arts Award. If you want to skip the evidence you can look at my final projects here:
Unit 1 Final Project – The Academy – Short Film
The Academy: https://vimeo.com/574824501. – Password is TREASURE682
Unit 2 Final Project – Treasure Art Magazine and Launch Party
Unit 1: Part A
In this section, I identify my main art form, Film making , and my new art form Acting.
Unit 1: Part B
I did an Art placement with Neil Baxter from Dream Decor.
Unit 1: Part C
In this section I researched career pathways in the arts and went on trips. This unit is not fully complete because of Covid-19.
Unit 1: Part D
I researched an issue in the arts and wrote a blog post about it. My issue was “Ballet: Dainty or Dangerous?”
Unit 2: Part A
For Unit 2, the Gold Award class created and published an Art Magazine called “Treasure.” I had several roles in the magazine but my main job was “Events Manager” and I did all of the planning for the launch party of the magazine and an art exhibition showcasing the work of every art student in the school. We all made decisions about the magazine together at a series of meetings through the term.
This section shows how the project was set up.
Unit 2: Part B
This section shows how we organised the publication of the magazine and the launch events.
Unit 2: Part C
This section shows how the magazine and parties were delivered.
Unit 2: Part D
This is the details of the launch party, public showing, and exhibition for the magazine.
Unit 2: Part E
Becuase of Covid-19, it was a total rush the finish the magazine, we only made it as far as the mockup stage and other students are going to get the magazine printed in September. I can’t help with this because I am no longer a Treasure House student as of today! The launch party happened on the very last day of term and I did not get time to evaluate the project but in this section, I am pasting some of the reflections I had while I was working on the project and how I developed my leadership skills.