On Monday evening staff, parents and students enjoyed a private view of art work produced by our talented young artists of the future at Broadland High School’s first art fair. Musical entertainment was provided by GCSE music students in the hall, with wine and refreshments provided by the PTA.
The exhibition, entitled ‘’M’ART’CH (and April!)’’ is a show of GCSE student’s artwork. It is the first in what is intended to become an annual event.
All GCSE art students at the school were invited to submit between up to six pieces which are being exhibited from March 10th until Easter in the school foyer.
Mr Stephen Clary, Art Teacher and organiser of the fair said: “The exhibition shows the breadth and depth of talent we have in our school. It features painting, drawing, photography and graphic techniques.
“Some work will be for sale and we hope parents, relatives, friends and art lovers in the area will join us in celebrating students’ imagination and skills.”