Co-Curricular Art

Co-Curricular Art at Marlborough College Malaysia

A rich variety of art activities are run across the school for every age group. Pupils have the opportunity to learn new skills and crafts including fashion design and mindfulness exercises.  They have the chance to create collaborative murals and large scale work. They also design and make stage sets and props for the school drama productions. These activities support the creativity of every pupil and are a key component of the CAS programme. The after-school masterclass sessions support pupils with coursework development and personal projects. Our pupils enjoy exciting visits to museums and contemporary art exhibitions in the region.

We encourage participation in internal and external competitions throughout the year. These include themed photography competitions, MCM Christmas Card designs and this year a prestigious Asian film competition. We were proud to see MCM pupils win the top prizes at the Wellness Living photography competition.

In addition, all pupils will have work exhibited regularly throughout the year and contribute collaboratively to the Charity Art Auction, a biannual event in the MCM calendar. The IB Visual Art and GCSE Art Exhibitions are not to be missed and highlight our pupils’ outstanding artistic achievements. Each year a number of our top artists have the opportunity to exhibit work in the high profile ‘IN’ exhibition at the Australian High Commission in Singapore.

Recent MCM Art News

IB Visual Arts Trip to KL

With 23 Sixth Form pupils and three beaks in tow, the MCM Senior Art department left our usual surroundings and […]

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Annual Pearson Edexcel Awards Ceremony

Mr Eatough travelled up to KL on the evening of Friday 20th September, with three of our pupils, Arthur Gatignol, Nanarelle Hundertmark […]

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Year 5 | Michelangelo

Year 5 pupils are studying the life and works of Michelangelo in Art this term. They have been given the […]

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The Big Draw 2019

  This year the Big Draw theme was One College, One Family. That meant you could draw anything to do […]

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