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Joint Art Exhibition by Magherafelt Schools at the Bridewell

14 March 2018

Local artists from Post Primary Schools in Magherafelt, have created their own pieces of art, inspired by a variety of different subjects, movements and styles. This diverse range of art work is currently on display in the Bridewell, Magherafelt in an exhibition launched recently, and is available for the public to view until the end of March.

Speaking at the exhibition launch, Deputy Chair of Mid Ulster District Council, Councillor Mark Glasgow said:

“The pupils involved have produced some amazing pieces of art! This is a great opportunity to showcase the talents our young people have, and to showcase the artists themselves by displaying their work in a public exhibition space. I encourage friends, family and anyone interested in art to call in and enjoy this echibition for yourselves.”


The six schools involved include St. Pius X College, Magherafelt High School, Rainey Endowed School, St Mary’s Grammar School, Kilronan School and Sperrin Integrated College.

Art teacher Paula Diamond from St Pius X College, one of the schools involved commented on the exhibition:

“We are very excited to be involved in this exhibition. It celebrates the creative and innovative work of pupils in the field of Art and Design spanning all schools in Magherafelt. It encompasses both traditional and contemporary work from a variety of disciplines, including Photography, Fine Art, Architecture, Fashion, Sculpture and Illustration. This impressive and wide ranging display will undoubtedly inspire the current generation of pupils in the Magherafelt Learning Partnership and broaden the horizons of all those interested in pursuing a career in the arts.”

The exhibition is on display in the Bridewell throughout the month of March, during normal opening hours. Admission is free.

For further information please contact the Bridewell on 028 7963 1510.

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