Visual Arts Department encourages the students participate in art activities and competitions out of the school. Park Istinye 23rd April Children’s Paintings Exhibition, International Child Art Foundation and national and international competitions are among the activities and competitions our students have taken part recently and achieved a fair amount of success.
Hisar Series Group Exhibition
In order to evaluate individual interest and performances, exhibitions started 18 years ago still take place with works of students from Preschool, Primary, Middle and High School. The students are able to interpret and share their productions through photography, lego, acrylic, graphic design, and relief printing from plaster, oil-painting, pencil drawing, ceramic and sculpturing. Six exhibitions are held with participants from different grades during the year at the Culture and Arts Center and Art Gallery of our school.
Istinye Park 23rd April Children’s Exhibition
The exhibition which we regularly have taken part for 20 years is organized in Istinye Park. Students’ works done in classroom activities from different grades are exhibited.
National and International Painting Contests
Students prepare for various national and international contests with the help of their teachers. It is aimed to raise interests of students in the arts, reveal skillful young people, make them love arts and make them respect to any branches of arts, share their works with different schools and friends coming from different cultures, transfer their experiences and comments to each other, meet under the roof of arts.
Istanbul Children’s and Youth’s Arts Biennial
“Istanbul Children’s and Youth’s Arts Biennial” which was first organized in 2010 by European Cultural Capital Agency covers current art activities for children and youth every two years. Students of Hisar School take part in this important biennial project in the name of arts and education. The biennial has been organized in a couple of countries around the world and for the first time in Turkey. Our students also participate individually as well as works they created during the courses.