ART students will give people a chance to look at their creations at a free exhibition.
Pupils studying fine art at Tresham College will take over the empty buildings in Market Place earmarked for restaurants in Kettering town centre.
The group has been loaned the buildings by Kettering Council as they have been standing empty for almost a year.
Guy Newton, head of the school for creative arts and media, said: “The art exhibition taking place in the Market Place buildings has been organised by Tresham’s degree-level fine art students. This is part of their final major project and they have had to find a suitable location for an exhibition and to market and promote it.
“This culmination of their two-year course will showcase a diverse range of work and will mean that there is lots to see from an exciting group of artists.
“The event is free and the students would welcome as many people as possible.”
People can look round the gallery from 10am to 4pm from tomorrow to Wednesday.