King’s Ely pupils to exhibit their art and design work at Apex Gallery in Bury St Edmunds

16 September, 2018 - 08:30
Some of the student’s work which will be displayed at the Suffolk exhibition in October. Picture: KING’S ELY

Some of the student’s work which will be displayed at the Suffolk exhibition in October. Picture: KING’S ELY

KING’S ELY

Art and design students at King’s Ely will be exhibiting their school work at a Suffolk gallery next month.

Some of the student’s work which will be displayed at the Suffolk exhibition in October. Picture: KING’S ELYSome of the student’s work which will be displayed at the Suffolk exhibition in October. Picture: KING’S ELY

The pupils have been invited to the exhibition that takes place at the Apex Gallery in Bury St Edmunds on Sunday, October 7.

A spokesman said: “A broad range of fashion and textiles, fine art and photography will be on display, including examples of exam and coursework.

“The exhibition has been organised to celebrate the high quality work produced by students throughout the year groups at King’s Ely Senior.

Some of the student’s work which will be displayed at the Suffolk exhibition in October. Picture: KING’S ELYSome of the student’s work which will be displayed at the Suffolk exhibition in October. Picture: KING’S ELY

“The art department at King’s Ely is a thriving, inspiring environment where all students are encouraged to engage fully with the state-of-the-art facilities available.

“The department specialises in fashion and textiles, fine art, sculpture and photography, and students realise ambitious outcomes, regularly achieving some of the highest exam marks in the country.”

In July, the school won the Art and Craft Award at the Education Business Awards.

Some of the student�s work which will be displayed at the Suffolk exhibition in October. Picture: KING�S ELYSome of the student�s work which will be displayed at the Suffolk exhibition in October. Picture: KING�S ELY

The exhibition at the Apex Gallery will be open every day from 10am to 4pm and admission is free.

For more information, visit: www.theapex.co.uk

Some of the student�s work which will be displayed at the Suffolk exhibition in October. Picture: KING�S ELYSome of the student�s work which will be displayed at the Suffolk exhibition in October. Picture: KING�S ELY

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