Feature: Art & Design Exhibition aims for a Green Glasgow

-A public display of art and design work completed by pupils from six Glasgow schools showcases talent and creativity.

One of the major shopping centres in Glasgow is showcasing art and design creative work completed by pupils from six schools from the city. Pupils from Govan High School, Notre Dame High School, Lochend Community High School, Williamwood High School, Hillhead High School and, Springburn Academy have their work displayed in a vacant shopping unit at the St Enoch Centre. The Gaelic meaning of Glasgow (Glas-ghu) is ‘dear green place’ with the theme of the art project being “It’s My Greener Glasgow”. Story continues below image…


The exhibition is encouraging shoppers to select favourite exhibits, with a judging panel set to determine the winners for each category.

Here are a few of the stunning designs and images from the exhibition.. (Click on an image below to open slideshow in full screen)

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