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Exhibition of school artwork at Swiss Cottage Library

PUBLISHED: 20:44 22 September 2008 | UPDATED: 15:24 07 September 2010

CHILDREN can see the fruits of their labour on display at Swiss Cottage Library this week in a special exhibition of their artwork. The Mayor of Camden opened the Imagine exhibition, which showcases an art project by pupils from four of the borough s prim

CHILDREN can see the fruits of their labour on display at Swiss Cottage Library this week in a special exhibition of their artwork.

The Mayor of Camden opened the Imagine exhibition, which showcases an art project by pupils from four of the borough's primary schools.

They explored the links between maths, science and the arts through a dance and visual art project, which saw them working with professional artists.

Eleanor Primary Head-teacher Kate Frood said: "Camden's out-of-school learning service is great because it brings our pupils into contact with artists to help them develop creative ideas.

"It's important for the children to see their work leading to such high-quality results."

The work will be on display until tomorrow.


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