Library to host art exhibition by high school students

First published in News

DROITWICH Library is set to host an exhibition of work by talented town students.

Art created by GCSE and A Level pupils at Droitwich Spa High School, Briar Mill, will be displayed at the Victoria Square building from Saturday.

The work is by youngsters on fine art, textile and applied art courses and means there will be examples of fabric hangings and illustrations.

Miss Joy Tregoning, head of art at the school, said: “The school is delighted that the library is hosting this exhibition as many parents and the wider community rarely have the opportunity to see the excellent work our students produce. The exhibition this year is a small taste of what we do with our exam classes and we hope people will come and enjoy it.”

The exhibition will be run throughout October.

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