The SATIPS art exhibition held at RMS over the weekend was a resounding success, drawing in over 500 visitors who came to admire the breathtaking artwork produced by young artists from 25 schools across the country.
The young artists’ incredible works of art were proudly on display, showcasing their creativity, skill, and passion.
The event was opened by RMS alumna, Sheara Abrahams, who took time out of her busy schedule as a film and television costume designer to cut the ribbon and initiate the event with an inspiring speech.
Sheara left RMS in 1998 to pursue her passion for art, reading History of Art at Bristol University before studying Costume Design at the prestigious Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts.
Sheara’s expertise and experience have led her to work on a range of notable films and TV programs, including Cruella (winner of the 2022 Oscar for Best Costume), Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore(2022), Willow (2022) and Dolitte (2020).
The SATIPS exhibition has always been an important platform for young artists to showcase their talent, and this year was no exception. It was wonderful to see such a diverse range of artworks, each piece expressing a unique and personal vision.
Thank you to everyone who made this event such a huge success!