Borough secondary school pupils are keen to exhibit at Sutton Arts Council (SAC) and Sutton College of Learning for Adults (SCOLA) annual Youth Art Exhibition at the Europa Gallery, Sutton Central Library.
The exhibition is open from Tuesday 5 February to Thursday 14 February, during library opening hours, and will include the work of 14 local schools.
Now in its 13th year, this annual show is open to all borough senior schools; including schools catering for pupils with learning difficulties, physical difficulties and behavioural issues.
The wide- ranging work will includes photography, sculpture, ceramics, textiles, computer aided work, printmaking, painting and drawing from across the age groups.
All entrants will receive a certificate, which will be presented at their schools.
SCOLA’s Programme Manager for Creative Studies, Art, Craft & Design, Angela Williams, said: “SCOLA and Sutton Arts Council are keen to encourage people of all ages to enjoy the arts.
“This exhibition gives the youth of Sutton the chance to be actively involved in a public art display, where they can see their work appreciated by the local community.
“It’s also a chance for the general public to appreciate the high standard of youth art that is created on our doorstep – and to acknowledge the huge effort they have put into their work.”