King Edward’s School inspired by Damien Hirst

The Lightbox is delighted to present a display of works by students from King Edward’s School in Witley. The works have been developed after a visit to The Lightbox and take inspiration from the exhibition ‘Damien Hirst: New Religion’ (on show until 5 July 2015). Students were shown around the exhibition and took part in a workshop before developing their art works back at school. It was a pleasure to collaborate with a secondary school and the creativity shown in the pieces is impressive.

The students work will be on display outside the Education Studio on the First Floor until Sunday 28 June.

Image credits:‘Worship Medicine?’ by Conor Harmsworth © The Lightbox; ‘Global Warming’ by Vonnie Najafay work © The Lightbox; Heather Thomas, Learning Officer at The Lightbox and Caroline Shouksmith, Head of Art at King Edward’s School © The Lightbox


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