As some of you are aware, we have just put up an exhibition of work at the Assembly Rooms in Derby.
It is a massive exhibition of our sixth form art students work. This is the sixth year of the exhibition and it keeps getting bigger (last year we put up about 200 pieces of work and there will be a similar number this year).
The work is seen by thousands of people who come and see the shows at the Assembly Rooms. Unfortunately, it is not possible to walk in off the street to see the work.
So, next Thursday 5th March, we are holding a private view and open evening for family and friends to see the work on display.
If you would like to come along to the open evening, it opens at 6.30pm via the Darwin Suite entrance. We gather at 7pm in the Darwin Suite for speeches and refreshments.
We would love to see you there.
Let me know if you would like further information.
On behalf of staff members: Mrs Johnson, Mrs Callcut, Miss Bailey, Mrs Shipley, Mr Haggett, Mr Lewin, Miss Bailey and Mrs Jones....
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