Students from the Royal School and St Patrick’s Academy in Dungannon, have teamed up for an art exhibition, which opens at the Linen Green today, Tuesday.
This is the fourth time the two leading grammar schools have come together under the Shared Education Signature Project (SESP).
The exhibition, which features work from GCSE and A-Level students, runs until March 10 and is open to the public.
The students’ artwork will be displayed in the exhibition space, located beside the ‘Loft’ coffee bar at the Linen Green complex in Moygashel.
A spokesperson for the Royal School in Dungannon issued a warm welcome to everyone to the event: “This exhibition includes the work of GCSE and A level pupils from both schools and continues to promote and celebrate the study of Art & Design in each school. Under the auspices of the ‘Shared Education Signature Project’, (SESP) we have been afforded the opportunity to build lasting partnerships and this exhibition is an expression of that partnership and we pay tribute to the pupils from both schools whose work is exhibited here.”