Describe an Art Exhibition you Visited- IELTS Cue Card
In the IELTS Speaking section, one of the most common question types is the Cue Card Speaking prompt. The IELTS Cue Card topics will prompt you to formulate a response and speak on the given topic. To attempt this question, you must narrow down the essential questions on the given topic to answer within the given time. Consider the sample Cue Card below. Study the types of questions that have been formulated based on the cue card and how to go about with your response:
Describe an art exhibition you visited.
You should say:
- When did you see this exhibition?
- Where was the exhibition held?
- What was on display?
- Explain your impression of the exhibition.
I have always had a knack for paintings and I never miss a chance to attend an exhibition wherever and whenever possible. The exhibition where I got to see some of the most enchanting and prodigiously painted artwork was back in the days when I was selected to attend an exhibition to buy some of them for our office decor and to emblazon the entrance of our office. I attended an exhibition at Khorchula (a place nearby my city) and I can’t ever get enough words of praise to define how it felt beholding some of the most spellbinding paintings in the world.
The exhibition had a motley of paintings and there were almost 300-400 paintings on the display where the artists encompassed multiple themes to draw their piece of art, and over that, the laudable presentation by the artists was something one can watch for hours as though one would get submerged in the intricate details of the paintings. I honestly loved each one of them and there was not even a single painting where I could find any aberration.
I believe one must attend such exhibitions as one gets to know the exquisite talents of the world and how detail-oriented and finessed an artist could get.
Later, I ended up purchasing 5 paintings for our office decor and whosoever saw it couldn’t extol that enough.
Eg.: I had a knack for sports right from my childhood.
Eg.: The place had an enchanting effect on me.
Meaning: Excellent in a particular quality.
Eg.: He was a prodigious skater right from the start.
Meaning: To see
Eg.: I am beholding a perfect combination of talent and sincerity.
Meaning: A variety
Eg.: There is a motley of vegetation in that forest
Part 3 Questions
- How could an art exhibition attract more visitors?
An art exhibition may fascinate more visitors by marketing it enough as many times, people are not even cognizant of such exhibitions.
- Is art exhibition popular in your country?
Yes, art exhibitions are quite popular in my country and people who have a predisposition for art often are very exuberant about such exhibitions.
- Do you think people have to pay to visit art exhibitions?
Yes, people have to pay and recompense for witnessing artistic prodigies by talented artists. This not only encourages the artists to do well in their art form but also substantiates their efforts with money.
- How will art exhibitions change in future?
I believe art exhibitions would be digitally inclined in the times to come and this would extirpate the conventional approach of art exhibition.
Eg.: They tried to fascinate the kids with junk food.
Meaning: To know of something.
Eg.: I was not cognizant of the fact that you were such a good artist.
Meaning: An inclination towards something
Eg.: I think she has a predisposition to perfection.
Meaning: Too cheerful
Eg.: I was exuberant when I got to know about my win.
Eg.: He extirpated all the proposals for the contract.