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Proud parents celebrate children’s artwork at Hampstead art college’s exhibition

PUBLISHED: 16:00 02 July 2013 | UPDATED: 21:09 02 July 2013

Graduating students Max Lethbridge, 17, Lily Slater, 18, and Ashleigh Thompson, 18, join Principals Candida Cave and Nicholas Cochrane. Picture: Polly Hancock

Graduating students Max Lethbridge, 17, Lily Slater, 18, and Ashleigh Thompson, 18, join Principals Candida Cave and Nicholas Cochrane. Picture: Polly Hancock

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More than 100 A-level students from a Hampstead art college proudly put their work on show at the school’s annual art exhibition featuring films, graphic design and photography.

Parents beamed with pride as they saw their children’s artwork on show at Hampstead Fine Arts College at Centre Studios in England’s Lane, Belsize Park, on June 25.

A screening of short films in the newly repainted drama hall in the afternoon was followed by drinks and canapés while looking at the work of graphic design, photography and fine art sixth form students.

Music and music technology pupils also gave a recital as part of the varied evening.

Principal Nicholas Cochrane said: “We wanted to give students an opportunity to present their work so that everyone could have something included.

“They really had a sense of achievement and the night was a great success.”


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