Northampton High holds first ever Spring Art Collective Exhibition

We were delighted to hold the first, and now annual, exhibition, with proceeds going to help the Hope Centre Northampton

On Thursday 5 May, we were delighted to host our first (and now, annual) Spring Art Collective Exhibition.

This showpiece event was created to give our entire school community – students and their teachers – the platform to showcase their brilliant works of art, and also the opportunity to sell their pieces to help support a wonderful cause. Students of all ages, from Junior School to Sixth Form, picked up their paint brushes and filled the White Room with a plethora of imaginative and creative pieces. The space was transformed; the work on display was of the highest calibre, and wouldn’t be out of place in a regal London gallery.

It was fantastic to open our doors to the public for this event, and we were joined by a host of excited parents and family members, as well as our Town Mayor, Cllr Rufia Ashraf, and our incoming Head, Dr May Lee. Canapes and drinks were served outside on what was a gorgeous spring evening, as our guests viewed the exhibits with a smile.

The proceeds from this event will be going to help support the Northampton Hope Centre, a charity which helps people experiencing the most acute problems of disadvantage and marginalisation, including homelessness, addiction and mental health, and we look forward to reporting soon with the amount that we raised. You can read more about the fantastic work the Hope Centre do by clicking here.

Thank you so much to all of our guests who joined us for this now annual showpiece event. It is always wonderful to open our doors to parents and families, to showcase the excellent work our students produce here at Northampton High.

To view more photos from the Exhibition, please click here.


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