Art students will be showing off their work at a public exhibition this week.
Pupils from Tresham College’s Kettering campus have contributed to the college’s Creative Arts Show, which will showcase their work in a free art exhibition.
It is open to members of the public at the college’s campus in Windmill Avenue from Thursday, June 21, to Wednedsay, June 27.
Guy Newton, head of school for creative arts and media at Tresham said: “Our annual Creative Arts Show is the culmination of our learners year at college and shows off the high standard of art work is produced each year in such a range of formats including film, paintings, graphic designs and textiles.
“This year our show is as extensive and vibrant as ever and our learners and staff should be very proud of the quality of artwork produced.”
The show is the end of year project for all of the college’s art students and shows their work they have produced throughout the past academic year in courses including Art & Design from Level 1 to Foundation Degree level, Media, Textiles and Fashion, Graphic Design, Photography and Performing Arts.
Performing Arts students from the campus will showcase a 1940s production on Thursday and will also be performing at this years Vintage Festival at Boughton House in July.