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The ERA OF DIGITAL ART

Digital art is not only the future of art, it has already become an important part of our lives. Even though digital artists are lacking the ability to make physically tangible objects, they are still able to produce beautiful images. Digital art is becoming more popular in the world because it’s easy to produce and share.

SRS-BSME Art & Photography Competition 2019/2020

SRS BSME Art Competition 2020 2021

RSI Art Award- SRS- BSME Art Competition 2021-2022

DUBAI FAIR OFFERS FIRST TEST OF COVID-ERA ART MARKET

Art Dubai is the first major test for art fairs in the Covid era. The fair expects up to 20,000 people to attend. Above, Samia Halaby’s ‘Simultaneous Depth’ was displayed at the fair in 2019. 

Link to read the full article: https://www.wsj.com/articles/dubai-fair-offers-first-test-of-covid-era-art-market-11616619862

RSI ART AWARD

School of Research Science in partnership with BSME (British Schools in the Middle
East) has concluded the 2021 – 2022 MENA region art competition for the fourth year in a row with
great success. This was demonstrated by the participation of an overwhelming number of schools and
their art departments. All were involved in showcasing students’ artistic talents in drawing and
painting, photography and digital art.

View Newsletter of Doha College

View Press Release of SRS-BSME Art Competition 2021 – 2022

View Newsletter of Doha British School

PHOTOGRAPHY IN DEPTH

Photography is a skill that is not easy to master. If you are not good at capturing the light and the emotion of a moment, it will come off as false or forced. However, regardless of skill level or ability, there are some things that we can all do to improve our photography and make it more interesting. Understanding how light works can help you take better photos in any situation.

There are three types of light that you have access to when taking photos. The first type would be natural light, which is what we mostly rely on because it’s free and readily available – just walk outside! The second type is artificial lighting, which involves using lights inside or outside your home or studio to capture the perfect shot. And lastly, there’s reflected light – this type of lighting occurs