The Kids Take Over the Top Floor

One of Buxton Museum’s most popular annual events is Artwork, an exhibition by students from local schools Buxton Community School and St Thomas More School. Running since the year 2000, the work is GCSE and A Level and is of a consistently high standard. The range is diverse; bold portraits, amazing perspectives, fine drawing and digital manipulation demonstrate a huge breadth of media and creativity. Artwork enables the young people of Buxton to exhibit their work to a much wider audience. We always get lots of enquiries about the exhibition. You have the chance to see what all the fuss is about until Saturday 31st January 2015. Click here to plan your visit.

Image from Buxton Community School

Image from Buxton Community School

Pertaining to our last blog; November’s Curiosity of the Month, Derbyshire Records Office is currently exhibiting some of the Randolph Douglas collection and you can find details here.

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One thought on “The Kids Take Over the Top Floor

  1. glennart

    I was given a preview on Thursday and was suitably impressed. Some very ambitious and accomplished works here. Well worth a visit

    Reply

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