Arts students to display as part of national exhibition

ART and design displays by some of King’s Ely’s most gifted and talented students are being exhibited at the South Hill Park Arts Centre in Berkshire this week.

The exhibition features a collection of fine art, fashion and photography displays from current King’s Ely students and sixth form graduates.

About 20 other British schools also contributed towards the exhibition, which was organised by King’s Ely’s director of art, Alison Rhodes as part of The Society of Heads, which helps independent schools to share ideas and experiences.

Alison said: “The collaborative exhibitions are held annually, with the previous exhibition being held at the Royal Ballet in Covent Garden.

“The events provide the young artists with the opportunity to showcase their work, to build their portfolios and to raise their profile nationally.”

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