Community college students show case art work
Exmouth Community College students are show casing their A-level and GCSE course work and exam entries at A la Ronde over the next month. Entry to the exhibition is free.
The exhibition shows part of the students’ exam entry and coursework.
The exhibition at the National Trust property is a first for the students.
Jill Honour, the college’s head of art and design, said she was ‘proud’ of the students’ achievements.
She said: “All work requires students to research a theme, collect images, look at the work of artists and experiment with a range of materials before commencing their final piece.
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“Each piece displayed has taken approximately one term to achieve.
“I am particularly proud of my students’ work in the light of this year’s superb exam results as we are again above county and national averages for art and design.”
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Assistant property manager Salli Carr-Griffin said: “We are delighted to host an exhibition for the college.
“This is the first art exhibition the students have held here and their work is stunning.”
The exhibition runs from now until October 20.
Admission to the exhibition, in the stables and tea-room is free, during normal opening times (closed Thursday and Friday).