Newport exhibition inspired by international art

Newport exhibition inspired by international art

Local schools have a collection of Welsh and International Art on display at the Riverfront in Newport. Several local artists have worked with the school pupils in producing the works of art. Pictured is local artist Nathan Sheen who helped with the proje

Local schools have a collection of Welsh and International Art on display at the Riverfront in Newport. Several local artists have worked with the school pupils in producing the works of art. Pictured is local artist Nathan Sheen who helped with the proje

Local schools have a collection of Welsh and International Art on display at the Riverfront in Newport. Several local artists have worked with the school pupils in producing the works of art. Pictured are local artists left Nathan Sheen and Naseem Syed wh

Local schools have a collection of Welsh and International Art on display at the Riverfront in Newport. Several local artists have worked with the school pupils in producing the works of art. Pictured is local artists Naseem Syed who helped with the proje

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AN EXHIBITION inspired by international art has gone on show at the Riverfront Theatre in Newport.

Pupils at five primary schools in Newport joined forces to create the new show, which features around 150 works.

The exhibition was also partly inspired by the works of Welsh artists.

Danielle Rowlands, Riverfront education and participation officer, said: “They were looking at international art. This came off the back of community art celebrations and continuing that on in a schools’ celebration of international art.”

The Schools Exhibition features works from Pillgwennlly Primary, Duffryn Junior, Millbrook Junior, Always Primary and Somerton Primary.

The show is to be on display at the theatre in Kingsway until March 22.

For more information on the free exhibition call 01633 656 677 or log on to newport.gov.uk

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