ART and Design exam results achieved by King’s Ely students are consistently among the top nationwide so visitors to the school’s Spring Exhibition are guaranteed to see some exciting work in photography, fashion and textiles as well as examples of sculptural work and fine art.

The exhibition is being staged in the £3.5m arts centre which was opened in 2010 by former pupil, Lord Browne of Madingley, in his capacity as chairman of the Tate Gallery.

Director of Art, Alison Rhodes, said: “The building continues to inspire our students’ creativity. It also provides a magnificent space to exhibit their work to best advantage.

“The students love to talk about their work and I do hope as many members of the public will spare the time to come and visit.”

The exhibition includes not only coursework by sixth formers taking AS and A2 but also work by Year 9 and GCSE pupils.

A private view takes place on Friday 16 March and the exhibition continues until Friday 30 March. Opening times are Monday-Friday 9am-5pm daily and Saturdays 9am–12.30pm.


‘Do visit’ invites Director of Art, Alison Rhodes.


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