Stowmarket school hosts public exhibition of students’ work

The exhibition featured GCSE and A level work, including textiles, furniture and product design proj

The exhibition featured GCSE and A level work, including textiles, furniture and product design projects. Picture: GREGG BROWN

Students at a Stowmarket school channelled their creative flair last week as they prepared to put on their very own design exhibition.

The exhibition featured GCSE and A level work, including textiles, furniture and product design proj

The exhibition featured GCSE and A level work, including textiles, furniture and product design projects. Picture: GREGG BROWN

Stowmarket High School hosted an exhibition of GCSE and A level work, including product design, furniture, water features, engineering and textiles projects – all free for the public to view.

Winning work picked out for outstanding design and flair was awarded by local companies supporting the event, including TMJ Interiors, Bennett Homes, Jewson, Furniture Makers Company, Molls and Dolls Boutique, Spi-des-ign and Clothing by Jinnie.

Jim Hawkins, head of design at Stowmarket High, said: “This was a great opportunity for pupils, parents and members of the public to see the results of all the hard work from our talented design students over the last year.”

The exhibition was open for public viewing from Wednesday, May 2 until Friday, May 5.

The exhibition featured GCSE and A level work, including textiles, furniture and product design proj

The exhibition featured GCSE and A level work, including textiles, furniture and product design projects. Picture: GREGG BROWN

The exhibition featured GCSE and A level work, including textiles, furniture and product design proj

The exhibition featured GCSE and A level work, including textiles, furniture and product design projects. Picture: GREGG BROWN


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