05 January 2011
Following on the success of the previous 'Artists of Tomorrow' exhibitions, the Sidney Cooper Gallery is once again displaying artwork by pupils from five secondary schools in Kent.
Photograph by Sophia Phillips, from Weald of Kent Grammar School.
The exhibition, which features photography, graphic work and paintings, opens on 8 January 2011, and will keep its doors open to the public until 22 January. All art work was created around the theme of urban landscapes.
Mike Butler, Arts Manager at Canterbury Christ Church University, said: "Artists of Tomorrow is a chance for local secondary school pupils to exhibit and showcase their work in a public art gallery. In past years it has proved immensely popular with pupils, their families and friends as well as the wider community.
“All the work is of a very high standard, and we are delighted to be hosting the exhibition again this year.”
This year’s participating schools are:
- Astor College for the Arts - Dover
- Homewood School - Tenterden
- Weald of Kent Grammar School for Girls - Tonbridge
- The Norton Knatchbull School - Ashford
- The Harvey Grammar School for boys - Folkestone
For more information or to book a place on the workshops, please contact the gallery on 01227 453267 or email Sophie Coles on email@example.com.
The Sidney Cooper Gallery, St Peter’s Street, Canterbury, is open Tuesday to Friday, 11am to 5.30pm and Saturday and Sunday, 12pm to 5.30pm
Notes to Editor
Canterbury Christ Church University
Canterbury Christ Church University is a modern university with a particular strength in higher education for the public services.
With nearly 18,000 students, and five campuses across Kent, its courses span a wide range of academic and professional expertise.
- As a leading provider of teaching and health care courses we have produced nearly 3,500 health and social care professionals and 7,000 teachers in the last five years.
- Over 90 per cent of our graduates gain employment or are in further study in the first six months after graduating.
- Along with over a thousand undergraduate, postgraduate and professional training courses on offer, we are also home to world-leading and internationally recognised research in Education, History, Music and Sports Related Studies.
- Canterbury Christ Church University was founded in 1962 by the Church of England as a teacher training college.