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This month Cronton Sixth Form ‘School of Art’ held its annual exhibition of student works within the beautiful setting of St Paul’s Church in Widnes. Original art and design pieces from Vocational and A Level Graphic Design, Fine Art, Design, Textiles, Fashion, 2D, 3D and Photography were displayed plus cutting edge designs were modelled on the Cat Walk each evening.
The event was attended by The Mayor and Mayoress, Liverpool Galleries including Tate Liverpool and Metal, Hazelhurst Studio’s, Liverpool John Moore’s University, local primary and high schools, professional partners including Waterfront magazine and members of the local community.
Maxine Mealey, Head of School said, “We have been overwhelmed by the support for ‘Inspired’ both at the private and public viewings and by the number of congratulation e-mails received from both within the arts/academic world and the local community. They all highlight the exceptionally high standard of the work produced and passion displayed for the arts; this is testament to the hard work and dedication of the students.
“Following on from of our successful exhibition at the ‘Clothes Show Live’ it was a great opportunity for our students to take their work out into the community and engage with partners, employers, universities, gallery staff, schools and visitors.
“This event brings so many new people into the church and enriches the studies of our students greatly, we are most grateful to all at St Pauls for their continued support.”