PICTURES: Sixth form students display work in Cheam
Sixth form art students have received a grant to exhibit their work.
The A-level pupils from Cheam High School got £250 to display their work at Cheam’s Tudor house museum, Whitehall, from Wednesday, November 27, to Sunday February 23.
The exhibition’s theme is ‘messages’ and will include fine art, photography and graphic work.
Student and organizer, Harriet Bornemann, said: “This is the second year our school has exhibited at Whitehall, and we excited about showcasing our work to the public.”
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